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Articles from June, 2008.

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An Interview: Yves Chambeau of Parkeon



"We are no longer alone in the market; we now have to compete...

Case Study: Lighting Change Shows Two-Year Payback



Replacing the lighting fixtures in a garage is often a daunting decision...

Construction Begins on Automated Facility in NYC



APT Parking Technologies, together with Westfalia Technologies, broke ground recently for New York City’s largest automated parking garage project – a 270-car facility to be part of a new, nine-story, 226,000-square-foot office building being developed by Baruch Singer on Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn, NY...

It’s a Parking Free-for-All

By Melissa Bean Sterzick

Parking lots and garages offer an interesting glimpse of a specific modern reality...

JVH as Simon Legree

By John Van Horn

I was honored to be asked to speak at a recent regional meeting of the Virginia Downtown Development Association in Winchester, VA...

Lease Curb Spaces to Residents? Why Not?

By Richard Gardiner

For urban residents and commuters, the search for a parking space is unquestionably one of the biggest and most irritating problems confronting them...

Most Parking Tickets Don’t Get Written



I went for a walk with my master the other day...

Parking in Front of a Business …



Editor, Parking Today: After reading the article “He’s got that right, but they have it wrong,” I cannot understand why business owners and employees think it’s a good idea to park in front of their place of business...

PIE, Trade Shows, and RFK Jr.



Mr...

Trade Shows British-Style, and the Color of Parking Money

By Peter Guest

A big thank-you to all who came to see me at the Parking Industry Exhibition...

‘We Live or Die by Our Service’

By John Van Horn

"We live or die by our service...




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