|444 N. Capital Street, Suite 249 Washington, DC 20001|
AASHTO is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation departments in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It represents all five transportation modes: air, highways, public transportation, rail, and water. Its primary goal is to foster the development, operation, and maintenance of an integrated national transportation system. AASHTO works to educate the public and key decision makers about the critical role that transportation plays in securing a good quality of life and sound economy for our nation.
|130 E. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601|
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States.
AISC offers two excellent references for those who design, build, own, and maintain parking garages. Innovative Solutions in Steel: Open-Deck Parking Structures, which was written for designers and owners, is an introduction to steel-framed parking structures that provides general information in a non-technical manner. AISC Steel Design Guide No. 18 - Steel-Framed Open-Deck Parking Structures - includes information on open-deck parking structures, design considerations for both deck and framing systems, fire protection requirements and durability. It also helps structural engineers with strength and serviceability issues.
As a service to the design and construction industry, the Steel Solutions Center (SSC) was created to provide technical assistance, innovative solutions, and tools to facilitate the design of structural steel. The SSC can provide information on cost and scheduling as well as work with you on a conceptual solution to your parking needs.
AISC Steel Solutions Center
1300 St. NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20005
APTA is the leading force in advancing public transportation.
APTA members are public organizations that are engaged in the areas of bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne passenger services, and high-speed rail. Members also include large and small companies who plan, design, construct, finance, supply, and operate bus and rail services worldwide. Government agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, state departments of transportation, academic institutions, and trade publications are also part of our membership.
Richard Weaver, Director of Planning
210 North Main Street, #3
Sharon, MA 02067
David Straus, Executive Director, Casey Murphy, Events & Programs Manager
The Association for Commuter Transportation, (ACT), is an international association and leading advocate for commuter transportation and transportation demand management (TDM). Commuting by bus, train, rideshare, bike, walking, or telework improves our world by contributing to energy independence, better air quality, livability, mobility, and reduced congestion. Through advocacy, education, and networking efforts. ACT strives to improve the lives of commuters, the livability of communities, and the economic growth of businesses.
2019 International Conference: August 4th – 7th, New York City, NY
6555 NW 9th Avenue, Suite 106
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Marcos Radonic - President
Our full members are industry professionals/companies that specialize in the consulting, integration, service, maintenance and/or repair of automated and mechanical parking systems.
Affiliate members are professionals/companies involved in some commercial aspect of parking or parking-related activities such as consulting, architectural design, engineering design or that supply products or services to the automated and mechanical parking industry. Its members provide private and public institutions with innovative, safe and reliable alternative parking solutions to current urban challenges related to high density, better land use, energy efficiency, environmental demands and better design and architectural integration.
Guide to the Design & Operation of Automated Parking Facilities
1120 N Street, Sacramento, CA 95414
Membership averages 350. Open to those with an interest in parking operations, enforcement and collections.
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) was established in 1978 by Assembly Bill 402 (Ingalls) out of a growing concern for a single, unified California transportation policy. The Commission replaced and assumed the responsibilities of four independent bodies: The California Highway Commission, the State Transportation Board, the State Aeronautics Board, and the California Toll Bridge Authority.
In March 1984, more than 100 industry people and vendors gathered in Monterey, CA, to discuss mutual concerns in the field of parking management and control. As a result of this meeting, the California Public Parking Association was created.
The CPPA has established the following organizational goals: To build and maintain a statewide organization of parking professionals; to foster mutual support among members and promote and develop parking management as a profession; to inform and support members in dealing with and solving parking problems; to provide an understanding of parking principles and practices through information sharing, education and training; to act as a unifying force in the state of California to monitor, advocate, and promote parking related legislation which will aid and benefit members in the performance of their jobs.
The CPPA has successfully sponsored and provided support or opposition for legislation affecting association members and employs a full-time lobbyist in Sacramento.
December 4, 2018 - Joint California Transportation Commission - California Air Resources Board Meeting - Southern California
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
3rd floor, Metro Board Room
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012-2952
Patrick Kass, University of Wisconsin, President; Beth Snoke, The Ohio State University, Vice President; Betty Love, University of Oklahoma, Treasurer; Gary K. Smith, Secretary
150 members from post-secondary educational institutions including colleges, universities, medical school, 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 an on-line benchmarking database for its members.
Gary K. Smith
Tel 479.575.3304, fax 479.575.2356,
|1341 G Street N.W., Washington DC|
The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.
|Scott Bogren, Executive Director|
1250 Eye Street NW, Suite 902, Washington DC 20005
|Genevieve Cullen, President|
The Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) is the trade association promoting battery, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell electric drive technologies and infrastructure. EDTA conducts public policy advocacy, provides education and awareness, and enables industry networking and collaboration.
K. Jane Williams, Acting Administrator, Matthew Welbes serves as Executive Director
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also oversees safety measures and helps develop next-generation technology research. Transit services supported by FTA span many groups and provide wide-ranging benefits. Since 1964, FTA has partnered with state and local governments to create and enhance public transportation systems, investing more than $12 billion annually to support and expand public rail, bus, trolley, ferry and other transit services.
|9 East 19th Street, 7th Floor New York, Ny 10003|
Promoting Sustainable and Equitable Transportation Worldwide. The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy works around the world to design and implement high quality transport systems and policy solutions that make cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable. ITDP is a global nonprofit at the forefront of innovation, providing technical expertise to accelerate the growth of sustainable transport and urban development around the world.
100 S. Main Street, 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Robert Hindle, Parking Concepts, Inc., Chair/VP; Ken Spiker and Associates Inc., Executive Director; Greg Spiker, Ken Spiker and Associaties, Secy/Treas
Leading parking operators plus parking industry vendors
LADOT's mission is to lead transportation planning, project delivery, and operations in the City of Los Angeles. We work together and collaborate to deliver a safe, livable, and well-run transportation system in the city and region. LADOT manages all on-street parking in the city and 118 public parking lots and garages. LADOT is also responsible for installing and maintaining parking signs, colored curb restrictions, parking meters, and parking permit zones.
PO Box 5070, Hallum,
VC 3803 Austrlia
1152 15th Street NW, Suite 450, Washington DC 20005
an alliance of elected, business and civic leaders from communities across the country, united to ensure that states and the federal government step up to invest in smart, homegrown, locally-driven transportation solutions. These are the investments that hold the key to our future economic prosperity.