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How to Design Parking Lots That Work
By Abe Gutman, FASCE, PE
Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Inc.
Healthcare Reform Law: Legislative Alert
On June 28, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the majority of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("PPACA"), including the employer-related provisions. It is critical that employers in the parking industry familiarize themselves with these requirements and take the necessary steps to comply. An overview of the major requirements of PPACA and guidance on next steps for your organization are available in this Legislative Alert. Log into Members Only to read.
New ADA Requirements for Parking Take Effect March 15, 2012 NPA Advocacy on FASB Lease Rulemaking
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Who are the Key Decision Makers in Parking Purchasing and What Do They Plan to Buy?
The National Parking Association conducted a North American study to analyze preferences, purchasing plans and buying power among parking industry professionals. The study provides insights in preferences, priorities and timing surrounding purchasing decisions. Findings represent a sample from five predominant sectors: private operators, hospital, academic, valet and public/municipality.
Key products and services on the minds of buyers in 2013 include revenue control and facilities equipment and supplies, computer hardware and software, parking enforcement and collections, consulting services, green products, business services, and managed parking services.
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This analysis of U.S. parking aggregates publicly available data to form a solid description of the U.S. parking industry. Available free to NPA members.
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NPA has been monitoring Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) rulemaking regarding how leases appear on balance sheets. We continue to express concern about the impact of proposed changes to balance sheets due to a change in lease accounting.
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