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Track focuses on parking master-planning, design, construction, maintenance, and sustainability issues. The programs cover: EV charging stations, campus master planning, and RFP management.
Running a Sustainable Parking Operation: Products, Tools & Techniques
EV Charging Stations: From Idea to Implementation
RFP Management: Why Price Isn't Always the Success Factor
Campus Parking Design Trends, Innovations, & Developments
Reaching Sustainability Targets with Automated Parking Solutions
There is more to sustainable parking than LED lighting and solar panels. This fun, fact-filled session will present a wide range of products, tools, and processes available in today’s marketplace that can help reduce energy costs, lower carbon emissions, improve water run-off, and mitigate any damage to the environment.
Yes, we’ll look at LED lighting, solar, and digital signage systems, as well as the use of recycled construction materials, and the adaptive reuse of space. In addition, the session will examine some current best practices around parking meters, enforcement policies, curb management, and demand pricing that can reduce congestion and benefit the environment.
President and Owner
The Parking Advisory Group, LLC
Parking Consultant, Structural Engineer
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
With every car manufacturer seemingly committed to electrification, electric vehicle (EV) production is expected to accelerate in the next few years, with a significant market share realized by 2030.
Recharging infrastructure is a significant issue in the acceptance of EVs, and pressure is mounting – in some cases via legislation, to add EV charging to parking facilities in order to support and encourage EV sales.
To provide some insight into the topic, NPA’s Parking Consultant’s Council recently published a whitepaper on electric vehicle charging stations.
This session provides an overview of the whitepaper and a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that EV charging stations can provide for parking operators, facility design and construction, as well as day-to-day operations.
This session will:
Request for Proposals – RFPs – are the lifeblood of any parking operation’s business development team, offering new business, new opportunities, and new revenue. But what are the clients really looking for, and is there a particular way to respond to an RFP to increase the chance of a “win”? Hint: it isn’t always about price.
In this session, learn how to critically analyze an RFP and formulate a winning submission. Led by an expert in RFP and procurement, you will view an RFP from the perspectives of both the operator and the consultant. The session will examine an RFP section by section, reviewing and analyzing real responses, including the good, the bad, and the ugly.
The Parking Whisperer
Campus transportation managers are re-imagining their approach to campus mobility. With a focus on sustainability, “on-demand transit,” and electric vehicles they can offer a general improvement in campus life.
Hear some of these innovative mobility plans, and how they have been implemented and received. Find out about additional campus mobility trends and consider whether some can be applied to your campus operation.
An open mic discussion follows the presentation.
Sales Director, PARCS
Banlusack Phommachanh, CPP
Field Operations Supervisor
University of Delaware
From TNCs and curbside dining to food and commercial deliveries, the curb is hot property these days. Managing city curb space can be a major headache and a top priority for city planners and transportation managers.
Learn how technology is already being used to solve curb issues and find out about the next generation of technological solutions that involve automation.
This session will:
Head of Product
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