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Articles from November, 2009.

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$3 Billion From the Feds, Tales from Vienna, Going ‘Green’

By John Van Horn

Parking is subsidized $3 billion by the Feds, according to DC...

An Education in Parking

By Melissa Bean Sterzick

Just when I thought I had experienced most of what the world of parking has to offer, my daughter started kindergarten earlier this fall...

Beirut isn’t Just Another Pretty Face ... Or Can Technology be ‘Pushed’ too Quickly?

By Peter Guest

I recently went to Beirut for the first time in seven years...

Consultants – There to Take the Blame?



Ahhh, consultants! The Boss says that this is the Parking Today Consultants issue and asked me to comment...

Do You Really Need That Garage?

By Matthew Inman

Perhaps you’ve just been notified about a new downtown or campus development project that will eliminate a parking lot or increase parking demand...

House of Cars – Exhibit Opens at National Building Museum



Sponsored by the National Parking Association, a new exhibition at the National Building Museum, House of Cars: Innovation and the Parking Garage opened October 17...

LA Parking Association Urged Aggressive Enforcement



Re: Parking Today, September 2009 Issue “Point of View” and “Parking Operator Goes Down ...

Public Rallies Against Pay Parking in Canadian Town

By Pete Goldin

"There is no such thing as free parking,” says Sandra Smith, Supervisor of Bylaw Services for the municipality of Whistler, Canada...

The Consultant’s Role in Parking Privatization

By David Taxman

With the recent financial crisis, many cities and institutions (universities, airports, hospitals, etc...

The Undead’s Guide to Parking Consulting

By Matt Feagins

We here at PT are speechless, but felt you deserved to judge this article for yourself...

Traffic Congestion – Sydney’s Paradigm Paralysis

By Cristina Lynn

On returning from a recent overseas trip, I came across an article in the (Sydney) magazine titled “I have a dream,” which explored four experts’ points of view regarding the state of our city: where did we go wrong and where do we go from here? This was quite timely as I was in the process of writing up notes and observations collected during a visit to Milan...

We Have Your Back!

By Greg Leean

For some in this industry, the term “consultant” can have some negative connotations...




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