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Articles from November, 2003.

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Boots -- A Weapon in the Traffic Citations Arsenal

Ed Wilson

Booting tires of habitual traffic offenders is one of the most cost-effective ways of collecting revenues that are due municipalities and campuses...

Excerpts from the Diary of a Parking Consultant

Chuck Cullen

It's going to be one of those days -- two different meetings in the same city on the same day...

Introduction to Radio Frequency: ID Parking Meters Go 'On the Air'

Larry Berman

Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is a collection of technical approaches for many applications across a wide range of industries...

It's Just Parking, or Is It?



As a newcomer to the consultant world of parking, I was misled by the opinions of my peers...

Making Safety a Priority in Parking Garages

Buck Simpers, AIA

Murder, rape, robbery and assault are a few of the prevalent occurrences in parking garages today...

Management-Speak and Parking Program Effectiveness -- A Consulting Retrospective

Joseph P. Sciulli

Well before the offspring of baby boomers had alpha suffices to tag their generations (Gen-X, Gen-Y, etc...

Parking Security Vulnerability Assessments

James Johnson

The terrorist attacks of Sept...

Planning Parking

Kirsten McGregor, AICP

FACT: Parking facilities cover between 6 and 40 percent of the land in American cities, while in urban centers, parking can average up to 30 percent of the land use...

San Francisco parking lot ordinance

Steve Campbell

Editor's note: This is one in a series on San Francisco's new parking ordinance, which requires that specific equipment be installed in off-street parking...

They Paved Paradise...'

Arne Weingart

You know how the song goes: "...

We Never Make Misteaks!!!

John Van Horn

I read somewhere that English is the one language that can be understood even when it is spoken badly...




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