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A Day in the Life at the University of British Columbia … Without Parking?

By Danny Ho

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is no different from most in that parking services have traditionally been ancillary to the university...

Are Parking Minimums a Political Third Rail?

By Thomas Brown

A clear consensus has emerged among city planners that removing minimum parking requirements is one of the most effective ways to promote healthier, more active and economically vibrant downtowns...

Don’t Go Now, Doug – We Still Need You!

By Doug Holmes

Parking industry veteran Doug Holmes, a former IPI Board Chairman and President of the Pennsylvania Parking Association, recently announced his retirement as Director of Transportation Services at The Pennsylvania State University in State College...

Emergency Communications: Is it Time for VoIP to Shine?

By Alek Kireyenka

For DePaul University in Chicago, upgrading to VoIP emergency phones was not a hard decision to make...

Is Parking Unique at Universities? These U of T Directors say Yes

By Jeri Baker

At the University of Texas at Austin, industry veterans Bob Harkins is Associate VP for Campus Safety and Security and Bobby Stone is Director of Parking and Transportation Services...

Is University Parking a Common Grievance?

By David W. Burr

Many college students, faculty and support staff would certainly find Clark Kerr’s words to be painfully true...

New Cars Are Harder to Park

By Melissa Bean Sterzick

I finally have a new car...

NPA Stakes Out New Territory at 2011 Convention

By Denise Grable

The parking industry is changing, and the National Parking Association (NPA) is taking the lead at its 2011 Convention & Expo with four days of trends, thought leadership, and performance best practices at its upcoming convention, “Innovation: Linking Networks and Knowledge,” set for Oct...

Poor Security Undeserved, Well, Sort of…



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Repair or Replace? No Brainer or Difficult Problem?

By Drew Robb

It seems a no-brainer on the surface – repairing cracked or spalled concrete in a parking deck, stadium, bridge, tunnel or runway is an obvious solution to keep ownership costs down...

Rydin PermitExpress™ Parking Software



PermitExpress™ is a powerful, easy-to-use, web-based software solution that simplifies parking management...

Uncertainty, LEED and Environmentally Friendly

By John Van Horn

I have been talking to a lot of CEOs recently, asking about their business and pitching some new ideas...




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