In light of this evolution, parking managers, public transit managers, even car sharing managers should consider rebranding themselves as “Mobility Managers”. Mobility Managers leverage their particular platform, such as a parking facility, to capture a share, a piece of the customer journey. So what if it's just a share? Isn't it better to have a piece of something rather than all of nothing?Continue reading →
Actually Count the Money - Everything going into – or out of – a count room should be counted. The vault at the failed FNBE is equivalent to our parking and transportation count rooms. A manager or supervisor should have been checking a count employee (like Ms. Myers) before and after the count to verify that no extraneous and unnecessary items (say, like baggies and tape) are going into the count room and nothing unauthorized (say, like cash) is exiting the count room. Continue reading →
A Road Diet is a transportation planning technique that aims to reduce or rechannel traffic on roadways and create space for alternative forms of transportation, such as cycling, walking and public transit. A Road Diet is primarily achieved by eliminating traffic lanes or reducing their width. Road Diets can also create "new" parking.Continue reading →
If you count your cash in-house, minimize your risk. Experienced auditors in parking and toll operations have noted the following shortcomings commonly found with in-house count rooms:Continue reading →
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: