PARKING MagazineslashOctober 2013 Reprints

 

Article Reprints

October 2013

SPECIAL REPORT: Public/Private Partnerships and the Parking Industry, Part 1: What’s Driving the Deals

This is the first in a three-part series studying how public-private partnerships are impacting the parking industry.


2013 Convention Preview and Exhibitor Showcase


The Connected Car Will Drive the Evolution of Parking
Did you ever imagine a day when KiTT would become more relevant than David Hasselhoff? Well, that day has arrived. KiTT, for you non-Knight Rider fans, was TV’s first original ‘connected car’ in the 80s. While some of KiTT’s accessories haven’t made their way to the family minivan—think laser weapons system—today’s car isn’t far off.

Getting 30+ Years from your Parking Facility: The Louis Campau Parking Ramp
The Louis Campau Parking Ramp, located in Grand Rapids, Mich., was the first parking structure designed by Carl Walker, Inc. nearly 30 years ago.

Chairmans Outlook
NPA Convention—Something for Everyone
By Jeff Wolfe

NPA Update
NPA 2013 Convention Underway: Leading Teams, Technology and Real-Time Results

Advocacy
NPA Members Should Prepare for Healthcare Reform

Research
5th Annual Parking in America Parking Rate Survey

Public Practices
Best Practices for Selecting a Parking Consultant
By Charles R. “Charlie” Munn III, CAPP, CPP

Legal Matters
6 Things to Include in Your Executive Employment Agreements
By Michael L. Stevens

Tech Trends
3 Common Data Security Risks and How to Combat Them

Greener Parking
Sustainable Transportation Program: University of California Irvine

Newstrack

Smart Marketing
How to Use Email Marketing to Boost Your Sales
By Rieva Lesonsky


Professional Development
Advance Your Career with CPP Certification
By Kathy Phillips, CIC, CPP

Industry Newsmakers

Executive Perspective
Nicola-Jane McNeill, Vice President, Legal Affairs, and Corporate Secretary, Impark