National Parking Association
1112 16th Street NW, Suite 840
Washington, DC 20036
Washington, DC (October 17, 2013)— The National Parking Association (NPA) today announced the election of two parking industry leaders to its board of directors.
Darlene Bunton is the newly elected public council Chair. Brian Redlin is the newly elected NPA Parking Consultants council chair. Both will serve on the NPA board of directors representing the industry to steer NPA’s direction in research, education and best practices.
NPA’s board is comprised of 16 members, including at-large and parking sector council representatives. "This inclusive approach represents the interests, expertise and leadership from all facets of the parking industry," says NPA President Christine Banning.
Darlene Bunton is the director of Parking Services at the University of Cincinnati. Bunton has 24 years of industry experience. In her current role, she is responsible for the planning and directing of parking and traffic for the University of Cincinnati campuses, including 12 garages and 10 parking lots. Bunton also serves on the NPA Parking Magazine Advisory Council. In 2012, NPA awarded Darlene Bunton with its first, prestigious NPA Innovator of the Year Award.
Brian Redlin is the owner of Graelic LLC and principal of the Colorado office. Redlin has 32 years of parking consulting experience. Redlin has been with Gaelic, LLC for 14 years, and in his current roles he is responsible for functional parking design & consulting, feasibility studies, demand analysis and Parking Access & Revenue Control System consultation. He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Kent State University in May 1981.
About NPA: The National Parking Association is the nation's leading parking trade group advancing the interests of the private and public sector in parking technology, sustainable mobility, certification, advocacy, research and education. Founded in 1951, NPA has nearly 2,500 members and represents all segments of the parking industry. www.npapark.org.