Monthly Archives: July 2014

Self-driving robotic automated parking system in use at Dusseldorf Airport in Germany

There are a lot of words in that headline, but when it comes to hot topics like “self driving” and “automated parking” there’s no use being coy. The system, called Ray, is a parking solution with a stylish twist. According … Continue reading

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Cooptition — Never Heard of it — You Will!!!

Every so often I come across a term of which I am unfamiliar. Typically I nod sagely and then run to Google to see what’s what. In this case its Cooptition: Cooperative competition. Practice where competitors work with each other … Continue reading

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A Good Article on Sensor and App Technology NOT!!!

When Astrid posted this article from “Cult of Mac” a Bay Area Blog on Parknews.biz I was excited.  Wow, something that worked and worked well.  The Title was catchy: “This app will guide you to parking, and may get you … Continue reading

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Vandals Take Over Parking Enforcement

Somebody with a can of spray paint is telling Queens-area parkers they’re doing a bad job. Critical comments were painted on two cars overnight, reports Newyork.cbslocal.com. One driver had profanity painted on her car for taking up more space than … Continue reading

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On the Green Level…

Sometime PT correspondent Jeff Pinyot wrote a blog for the IPI site which peaked by curiosity. He seems to relatively successfully hold both sides of a controversy. Here’s the blog in toto — and my comments following: If you want … Continue reading

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The parking attendant stole my money…

…except he wasn’t the parking attendant. In Denver, a parking lot employee poseur has been taking money from parking patrons, even though the signs state clearly for them to “pay machine only.” According to denver.cbslocal.com: “Police hope to catch the … Continue reading

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Venue needed for Shakespeare in the Parking Lot

Shakespeare said “All the world is a stage” and he was right, thoughI’m not sure he was thinking of parking lots. Some 20 years ago a group of would-be thespians put together Shakespeare in the Parking Lot in New York … Continue reading

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Hallelujah for Free Sunday Parking!

The end of Sunday parking fees is here. After a year or so of charging for Sunday meter parking, San Francisco is repenting its policy. Mayor Ed Lee has seen the light and cancelled the Sunday paid parking program to … Continue reading

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I’ll Bet they don’t ask me back….

My presentation before the World Parking Symposium last week in Tel Aviv went well.  So well, there were no questions.  I guess I just did a super job.  I also did something that most likely ‘isn’t done’ in these circles…I … Continue reading

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