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Articles from April, 2007.

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A New Approach to Parking Seminars



The quotes on this page were just a few of those that brought Parking Today to the point of a brand-new idea: having smaller seminars in multiple cities at the same time...

Airports Need Audits, Too …

Larry Donoghue

Patron cheating and employee theft can be common in public parking operations at airports, hospitals and universities, as well as downtown...

Anti-Shoupistas, Central Buzz and Manatees

John Van Horn

Wow! In just a couple of days, the anti-Shoupistas have launched a counterattack...

Bellevue Hospital Turns 68 Spaces Into 272, and in Only Five Months

JVH

When land is scarce and parking necessary, necessity is truly the mother of invention...

DFW Uses Fabric for Covered Parking



Shade structures such as those installed at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport are designed to ensure temperature reduction inside the cars of at least 40 degrees in the heat of the day...

It’s the Team That Creates Professionalism



Professionalism – How can we as an industry grow and prosper if we don’t act professionally? Not just the parking operators, although there is certainly room for improvement there, but also the owners (read that airport, office building, city, university, hospital, etc...

Mineta to be Keynote Speaker at IPI Conference



Norman Y...

Parking Enforcement:

John Van Horn

“Parking Enforcement Officers should be more like park rangers and less like tax collectors,” says Cory Marchasin, President of Paylock...

Special Urban Parking with Small-Town Feel

Joe Golden

Adequate parking for mall shoppers often means an adjoining, multi-level parking deck...

Tampa: An Airport Designed to Succeed

JVH

“It’s all about service...

The Brave New World of Electronic Payment:

David deKozan

New technologies are revolutionizing the way small payments are made in transit, retail and public venue environments...

The Little Machine That Solves a Problem

JVH

Len Kilfoyle talks about his niche – valometers...

‘Land of Sand’

Peter Guest

Another day, another dollar, and I am still splitting my time between “The Old Country” and Abu Dhabi, the “Land of Sand,” as we pursue what is probably the biggest single parking project to bring something like 70,000 street-parking spaces under control...




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