PARKING MagazineslashJanuary/February 2013 Reprints


Article Reprints

January/February 2013

The Future of Parking: Robots Driving Results
Against the backdrop of increasing urbanization, general population growth, and increasing global affluence, parking will remain a primary concern for the vast majority of real estate development projects for the foreseeable future.

Connected Parking for L.A.'s Busy Streets
Parking Management Revolutionized By Technology

Performance Pricing
How the Power of Parking Markets Drives Behavior and Net Income

The State of NPA
NPA is the fastest growing parking association in North America.

Chairmans Outlook
Wanted: Future Leaders of NPA

By Jeff Wolfe

Presidents Update
NPA Research and Benefits Expand Value to NPA Members
By Christine Banning, CAE

Public Point of View
Why You Should Automate in 2013
By Robert Baer

Legal Matters
Are You Complying With OSHA?
By Michael L. Stevens

Professional Development
CPP Certification Broadens Your Knowledge Base
By Chris Hankins, CPP

Tech Trends

4 Noteworthy Technology Trends Impacting Parking

Greener Parking

"Green" Parking Lots Kick-Off Innovative Approach to Managing Storm Water Pollution

Safety and Security

How to Avoid Back Pain and Injury While Working


Smart Business
Building a Social Media Strategy
By Rieva Lesonsky

Member Newsmakers

Executive Perspective

William Clay, VP of Finance and Accounting and CFO, Premier Parking