Sharing Excellence in Parking & Mobility Management
North American supporters of parking policy reforms, such as those envisioned by UCLA’s Dr. Don Shoup, have a rare opportunity to hear one of his intellectual heirs in Chicago (Illinois, US) in early March.
Singapore-based, transport policy researcher, advisor, writer and trainer Dr. Paul Barter will keynote the Parking Industry Exhibition (PIE), being held in the Windy City from March 5-8, 2017. In a coup for the PIE show, Barter will deliver two presentations and participate in a forum during the event, offering attendees multiple chances to experience the benefit of his global perspective.
Barter was lauded by Parking Magazine in its July 2016 issue as one of its candidates to be the “Next Don Shoup”. (We can’t provide you a direct link to that article, but please contact us for a PDF copy.)
While Dr. Shoup is still very active following his retirement from UCLA, Barter is considered one of today’s thought leaders in the practical application of Shoup’s progressive ideas. As Shoup provided the core ideas and baseline data that drives market-based reforms in parking policy, Barter has leveraged that foundation into the real-world administration of parking operations.
While Barter has expertise in various urban transport topics,…Continue reading
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