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August 2016

Mathematician ‘Solves’ Parking Lot Puzzle

I have been finding this article under my nose for the past few weeks. It has come in from correspondents like Brandy Stanley of Las Vegas and Consultant Mark Rimmer. When I saw it as a headline on Park News … Continue reading

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People in Parking — A New Way of Finding Them

For years, Parking Today has produced an annual directly, People in Parking, or PIP.  This November we will be producing the directory but with a different focus. The directory you receive in the mail will feature hundreds of vendors who … Continue reading

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Uber, Parking, Hotels, and Airports

Last year about this time, I had meetings in Chicago.  I drove to LAX, dropped my car at the Parking Spot, took the shuttle to the airport and flew to O’Hare where I rented a car.  I drove it 10 … Continue reading

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Park-and-Ride a Rising Market for Parking Industry

Every once in awhile I have a million-dollar idea that I wish I could make reality. The truth is, I’m a writer, not an entrepreneur. I can live with that. An article I just read on parknews.biz gave me my … Continue reading

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Texas Judge Takes Parking Law Into His Own Hands

In Texas, you can make your own parking signs and share them with your neighbors and totally get away with it, at least that’s how it looks. Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Larry Meyers tried it out and suffered … Continue reading

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One Billion YouTube Views

No, not my interview by Suzannah Rubinstein (you can view it Here)  but the Piano Guys. We saw them this weekend at Los Angele’s Greek Theater. They are simply fantastic. Its a piano and a cello. That’s it. Most of … Continue reading

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Lyft and Uber — No real threat to Parking

I interviewed Jerry Skillett, CEO of ICON Parking and five other parking companies on the east coast. It was a wide ranging interview and will be in an upcoming issue of PT. One of the most interesting questions was the … Continue reading

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An Interview that actually made it to Youtube

I have been contacted a number of times by groups like CNN to provide an interview about parking. Every time, for whatever reason, the interview never makes it to the light of day. In one case, it was to air … Continue reading

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Altoona, Wis. Tests Back-In Angle Parking

A new development in Altoona, Wisconsin provides shoppers, restaurant-goers and residents with a new angle on parking – back-in angle parking. Weau.com reports that city leaders chose the new approach because it is safer for drivers and pedestrians. City Administrator Mike Golat says … Continue reading

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