Sharing Excellence in Parking & Mobility Management
The H2H2H Foundation is pleased to continue its longstanding support for the work of prolific author, blogger, consultant and academic Dr. Paul Barter of ReinventingParking.org and ReinventingTransport.org.
Hailed by Parking Magazine as a candidate to bear the mantle as “the next Don Shoup”, Paul is Australian by origin and now resides and teaches in Singapore.
He has consulted worldwide with numerous public and private entities on parking policy and has originated a number of groundbreaking thought pieces on parking management. These have included his concepts on “Walkable Parking” and the “RESPOND” model of parking management, which you can read more about on his website.
Paul is revving up his outreach with a new podcast slated to begin very soon. Anyone interested in parking policy on a municipal level would benefit from tuning in. Learn more and sign up here:
The podcast is free; however, we urge you to consider support of this nonprofit effort to spread best practices in parking and mobility management.
And if you are involved in urban transportation and mobility management, don’t forget to peruse his seminal work at ReinventingTransport.org.
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The H2H2H Foundation proudly welcomes Sue Flack, an expert in parking and transportation, as a new member of our cutting-edge translation team. A native English speaker, she resides in Nottingham (the city of Robin Hood) in the United Kingdom (UK).
Sue originally trained as a land use planner, but soon broadened her perspective to include both transport and planning in London and Nottingham. She holds Masters’ degrees in Business Administration (MBA) and in Urban and Regional Planning.
Leading the development of Nottingham’s ground-breaking workplace parking levy (a charge on workplace parking, which provides finance for sustainable transport initiatives and discourages car commuting), Sue later became Director of Planning and Transport at Nottingham City Council. She has also consulted on international projects and since 2016 has advised local authorities in the UK on transport strategies.
In 2017, she was awarded a degree in Modern Language Studies (Spanish and French) and is currently enjoying a part-time, post-graduate course in Translation Studies.
Sue’s unique combination of transport and parking expertise, alongside language and translation abilities, will add to the resources of H2 and play an important role in its worldwide expansion.
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