155 S. Razorback Road
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Matt Penney, Baylor University, President
Josh Stone, Virginia Commonwealth University, Vice President
Betty Love, University of Oklahoma, Treasurer
Gary Smith, University of Arkansas, Secretary
Members are from post-secondary education institutions including colleges, universities, medical schools, etc. from across the nation. Affiliate (vendor) and consultant members are welcome.
The Campus Parking and Transportation Association (CPTA) holds annual conferences at member schools in the fall of each year. Members share information about campus parking and transportation issues and present initiatives that have been successful on their campus. The conference also includes updates on the latest trends in the industry as well as training sessions in parking and transportation operations and management. CPTA maintains a listserv for its members.
CPTA Annual Conference and Trade Show
Gary K. Smith
Tel 479.575.3304, fax 479.575.2356
c/o Dawn Marti
P.O. Box 6006
Columbia, MD 21045
Raymond Mensah, President
Selena Tepas, Past President
Angel Diaz, President Elect
Bill Gheraghty, CAPP, Secretary
Brenda Dome, Treasurer
FPTA offers three levels of membership; Regular, Associate and Affiliate. The membership year is January 1 through December 31. FPTA strives to provide members with the tools, connections and resources necessary to succeed in the parking industry.
Municipalities and other governmental bodies, parking authorities, boards, bureaus, commissions, departments, colleges, universities, airports, hospitals, private operators, transit agencies others having similar responsibility for the establishment, operations, maintenance, control or direction of public or private parking or transportation. ($100/year; payable by November 1st)
Additional representatives of the Regular or Affiliate, Members or any other individual, association or organization that the Board of Directors may elect ($75/year; payable by November 1st)
Associations, consultants, businesses or individuals engaged in supplying goods or services in the parking and transportation fields or interested in, or connected with the operation and development of public parking or transportation, whether for profit or otherwise and who support the objectives of the Association. ($100/year; payable by November 1st)
Established in 1979, Florida Parking and Transportation Association (FPTA) has been dedicated to fulfilling the needs of its members. From training the valuable front-line employees, to creating one of the largest networking opportunities for learning in a state association, to bringing the latest innovation to our members, FPTA has consistently been at the top of our industry. FPTA relies on our diverse members who bring different points of views, knowledge, lessons learned through case studies, making our organization unique, relevant and successful. The FPTA conference each year attracts organizations with the latest technology that will ultimately change our role as parking professionals. The educational offerings at the conference are filled with valuable information, case studies and plenty of discussion time for attendees to learn from one another.
The mission of the Florida Parking and Transportation Association is to promote and represent the parking and transportation industry in the State of Florida. The organization is committed to enhancing the professional image of parking and transportation, and also serves as a unifying force in promoting state and local legislation. Through fostering partnerships with individuals and organizations involved in the parking industry, FPTA is dedicated to keeping members informed about current parking and transportation issues while continually opening new lines of communication to all members.
Florida Parking & Transportation Association Newsletter - quarterly
Annual Conference & Tradeshow
Dawn Marti, 240-893-6296
1275 K Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington DC 20005
David Downey, CAE, Assoc. AIA, IOM, President & CEO
Allison Shashok, Vice President of Membership, Marketing & Operations
Place management professionals drive significant change in every major metropolitan area in North America in an industry that is growing rapidly around the globe. IDA members are involved in all segments of city center management and in all types of organizations (nonprofit, government and business). They develop tools and strategies to address a broad range of issues impacting how people live, work and play in cities.
The International Downtown Association (IDA) is the essential membership organization for professional place management leaders worldwide. Our members are city builders and downtown champions who bring urban centers to life, bridging the gap between the public and private sectors. We represent an industry of more than 2,500 place management organizations, employing 100,000 people throughout North America and growing rapidly around the world. Founded in 1954, IDA empowers place management leaders with knowledge, research and public policies for creating prosperous city centers, commercial neighborhoods and livable urban places for all.
For more information, visit www.downtown.org.
A full list is available here: http://downtown.org/publications/
For a list of upcoming IDA events, visit hwww.downtown.org/all-upcoming-events/
Vice President of Membership, Marketing & Operations
Director of Professional Development
Director of Corporate Relations
34 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200
Lynbrook, NY 11563
Rafael Llopiz, President
Gordon Hamm, Executive VP and Treasurer
Ken Rosenblatt, 1st VP
Bill Lerner, 2nd VP
Lance Howard, Secretary
Vincent Petraro, Executive Director
500 members. General membership includes owners of parking facilities in the city of New York and adjacent suburbs as well as associate and allied members and vendor members who serve the industry.
The MPA is the exclusive bargaining agent for its members with local 272 IBT. Additionally, the MPA monitors and reviews legislation impacting the parking industry and provides a clearing house for information concerning the parking industry to its members, governmental agencies and the general public.
Mike Tudor, President
Arishna Lastinger, Vice President
Brent Matthews, Secretary
Steve Hernandez, Treasurer
- Regular Membership $75:
Municipalities, counties and other governmental bodies, airports, public parking authorities, colleges, universities, hospitals, medical centers, owner operated entertainment centers, civic centers and other public or private types of parking programs.
- Affiliate Membership $150:
Corporations or individuals engaged in supplying goods, technical and management of professional services to the parking industry, interested in or connected with, the operation of public parking including vendors, management companies, technical and management consultants and construction professionals.
- Associate Membership $75:
Additional individuals who are associated with any REGULAR or AFFILIATE delegate in good standing.
The association consists of parking professionals from colleges, universities, cities, and airports in the Mid-South region in the related field of parking.
The MSTPA’s mission is to provide professional growth, development, and interaction among persons involved in the operation of transportation and parking programs within the mid-south region. This association of transportation and parking professionals is organized to identify issues, share information, identify and evaluate solutions to improve parking programs and stay updated of legislative changes that impact transportation and parking operations.
MSTPA Quarterly Newsletter; Monthly Blog Posts
MSTPA Annual Spring Conference
Contact: Dawn Marti 240 893-6296
222 S. 1st Street, Suite 400
Louisville, KY 40202
PO Box 2512
Columbia, MD 21045
Chuck Boddy University of Baltimore County, President
Mark Pace, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, Past President
Howard Benson, Vice President
Angela Hall, University of MD, Treasurer
Ryan McGhee, Secretary
MAPA members receive registration discounts for their team for all MAPA events, including the Conference & Tradeshow. As a member, you will also benefit from industry resources, and numerous opportunities to network with other parking professionals throughout the region. MAPA offers several membership types to meet your needs.
The Middle Atlantic Parking Association is a non-profit association that, since 1987, has provided a mutual support network and environment for the professional interaction, growth and redevelopment of officials of municipalities and other political subdivisions, transit agencies, airport authorities, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals and other providers of on- and off-street parking in the Middle Atlantic region.
MAPA's goals include effective member networking, a comprehensive trade exhibition, informative membership communications via email and website, seminars/workshops and updated technical and professional directory services.
MAPA Fall Conference, Golf Tournament & Networking Cruise
Patrick Phillips, President
Kevin Wood, Vice President
Johnna Frosini, CAPP, Secretary
Matt Reitmeier, Treasurer
Krista Tassa, Kasey Siskind, Chantel Cabrera, Nan Chen, Doug Grotke, Thomas M. Moyer, Chris Suszko, Eric Hathaway, Board
Vacant, Association & Events Manager
General membership includes public agencies and institutions with affiliated membership for consultants and suppliers of parking goods and services.
The NYSPTA is a statewide organization created to enhance the development of parking and transportation professionals within New York State, and provides a forum in which parking and transportation professionals can network, share and disseminate information specific to the parking industry, and speak with a united voice.
NYSPTA Summer Retreat
NYSPTA Annual Conference & Tradeshow
PO Box 170357
Boise, ID 83717
Mike Estey, City of Seattle, Chair
Laura Lierz, REEF Parking, Vice-Chair
Cindy Patton, City and County of Denver, Secretary
Linsey Hartke, Boise State University, Treasurer
Membership consists of professionals from the states of Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
The Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association (PIPTA) was founded by a group of parking professionals who saw value in a regional organization designed to provide those involved in parking and transportation programs with an open forum to discuss common challenges, share information and remain abreast of industry best practices. Membership consist of professionals from the states of Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
PIPTA’s mission is to provide for the growth and development of the people and organizations involved in parking and transportation in the membership states with a vision to be a recognized leader in advancing solutions that optimize access and mobility in the communities it serves.
5700 Park Road
Crozet, VA 22932
President - Robert Fries, CAPP, City of Virginia Beach - RFries@vbov.com
Vice President - Lynn Lancaster, CAPP, City of Richmond - Lynne.Lancaster@Richmondgov.com
Secretary - Rob Maroney, LAZ Parking – RMaroney@lazparking.com
Treasurer - Scott Sildorf, Old Dominion University
Mission Statement: The Parking Association of the Virginias serves the parking industry in Virginia and West Virginia by providing educational and networking opportunities.
Board of Directors: The Board of Directors conducts the business of PAV including annual workshops, elections, maintenance of website and membership information, defining membership types, fees, and benefits, etc. The Board of Directors has 10 members.
- Director terms last two years
- Half the board is up for re-election each year
- Election ballots are normally issued in May of each year for a two-year term beginning July 1
- Board leadership is elected by the Board.
- Officers for the period July 1 through June 30
The Parking Association of The Virginias is a non-profit chartered corporation of the state of Virginia and licensed by the State Corporation Commission to practice business in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
It includes the state of West Virginia with association members from that state. The association became a chartered corporation in 1988 when a small group of parking professionals in the north and eastern part of the state decided that facing the daily challenges of the parking industry could be easier with help from others. Our mission is to promote the parking profession in our region.
Annual Conference & Golf Tournament - The three-day conference registration includes all educational seminars, networking and social events, tours, and meals listed on the agenda.
Association Administrator & Event Planner
Matthew Lohenitz, President
Mark Vergenes, Vice President
John Morgan, Treasurer
Michelle Porter, Secretary
Parking operators, airports, colleges/universities, commercial parking, hospitals, government agencies.
- Regular Membership Individual - $200
- Regular Membership - Up to 3 people - $500
- Regular Membership - Up to 6 people - $1000
- Regular Membership - Up to 10 people - $1750
Manufacturer or supplier of equipment, services and products, Consultant - Architects, engineers, consultants, planners, etc.
- Affiliate Individual - $400
- Affiliate Membership - Up to 3 people- $1000
- Affiliate Membership - Up to 6 people- $2000
- Affiliate Membership - Up to 10 people- $3500
The PPA began with its ﬁrst meeting on December 11, 1985. The ﬁrst conference was held in 1989 in Harrisburg. Since then, the conference has been held annually at cities across the state including State College, Lancaster, Harrisburg, Bethlehem, Valley Forge, Scranton, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia. Today we have over 100 members. The Association is considered one of the strongest and most active state associations in the industry, hosting an annual conference, golf outing, training events and other networking functions.
To create an environment for parking professionals to share knowledge, enhance personal development, and network.
To positively impact the communities we serve.
Julie Dixon, Dixon Resources Unlimited, President
Donovan Durband, City of Tucson, Vice President
Andy Cushman, LAZ Parking, Treasurer
Donna King, City of Paso Robles, Secretary
The Southwest Parking Association was formed in 2001 with the purpose of connecting parking and transportation professionals and providing a forum in which to share knowledge and further develop the industry. Since founding, our membership has grown to well over 100 and our annual conference has become nationally recognized for networking opportunities that build deep and lasting business relationships
SWPTA Annual Conference
Association Manager & Conference Planner
PO Box 524230
Houston, Texas 77052
Dennis Delaney, CAPP - University of Texas, Austin, President
Mary Mabry, CAPP - Cardinal Tracking, Inc., Past President
Jaime Snyder, CAPP - Walter P. Moore, Vice President
Adam Kaufman - University of Texas, Arlington, Treasurer
Matt Penney, CAPP - Baylor University, Secretary
The Texas Parking Association offers two levels of membership. Each organization must have one Regular member (voting rights) and all others must be Associate members (no voting rights).
Regular....$150 (Voting Privileges) Representatives of municipalities or other government bodies or parking authorities, transportation authorities, boards, bureaus, commissions or departments, also including universities, colleges, airports, hospitals, stadiums and auditoriums, or other institutions having similar responsibility for the establishment, operation, maintenance, control or direction of public parking. Note: Each organization is limited to one (1) Regular member and all others must be Associate members.
Associate....$150 (No Voting Privileges) Representatives of the Regular and Associate members or any other individual, corporation or Association that the Board may elect.
Memberships are valid from January 1st - December 31st.
Since 1987, the Texas Parking & Transportation Association has been a vehicle for individuals engaged with parking and transportation businesses in municipalities, hospitals, airports, universities and parking authorities. We promote the mutual interests of the membership in the provision and operation of adequate, safe, efficient, convenient and economical public parking and transportation as a proper and necessary function for the economic and social well-being of our members.The TPTA Board of Directors met in a workshop before the 2016 Conference and Tradeshow to review our mission and vision for the Association. We developed new strategies to ensure that we are adequately meeting the needs of our membership for the present, as well as the future.
Vision: TPTA transforms professionals into leaders of their organization
Mission: We are a dedicated organization that engages in relationship building, information sharing and business growth
- Expand Membership - Expand regular membership by 30% in the next two years within Texas and surrounding states through personal engagement and professional marketing.
- Enhance the Annual Conference - Review the pricing structure, expand conference offerings and create a marketing strategy to target all parking and transportation professionals in Texas and surrounding states.
- Enhance Outreach and Communications - Improve member outreach and communications by connecting members and vendors, establish member volunteer committees, launch annual formal engagement surveys and formalize membership communication vehicles.
- Enhance Roundtable Program - Enhance the roundtable program by instituting social/networking events in conjunction with the roundtables, identifying topics that appeal to different facets of parking and transportation, and creating a volunteer committee.
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Annual TPTA Conference and Tradeshow
Dennis Delaney, CAPP, President
7176 Greenford Way
Roseville, CA 95747
Douglas Cram, President
Nikki Heredia, Secretary
Anyone in the Parking/Transportation industries that supports our mission of: Parking & Transportation Jobs for Vets - Vets for Parking & Transportation Jobs
We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit Charitable Organization that is focused on educating Military Service Members about all the opportunities, technologies and career possibilities that the Parking/Transportation industries have to offer. We post job listings for our Sponsors to our dedicated website https://vetsinparkingjobs.com/ as well as distributing a listing of job openings to affiliated organizations reaching 100,000+ Military Vets. We also collect resumes from interested Service Members that are close to ETS (expiration term of service) or recently discharged and match them and/or refer them to our Sponsors.
We attend and/or exhibit at many of the National and Regional shows for the Parking and Transportation industries. As a member of the VET-TEC Employer Consortium, we frequently conduct webinars to educate VET-TEC graduates.
4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Martin Janis, Atlantic Services Group, President
Parking Operators in the Washington, DC Area.
The Washington Parking Association, founded in 1953, is a nonprofit trade organization of commercial off-street parking operators serving the Nation’s Capital.
Our Membership represents the majority of Washington’s Parking firms, with facilities conveniently located to serve Washington’s major points of interest, hotels and retail, restaurants and theaters, and office building.
We are a community leader in working with major organizations dealing with area wide parking and transportation issues. Our members are involved in various civic and charitable activities seeking to provide a better quality of life for all who live and work in the Washington metropolitan area.