Recorded on September 16, 2015 (60 minutes)
Chinatown, D.C. Case Study: Multimodal Value Pricing Pilot and Curbside Management
In this webinar you will learn interesting information about what is going on with the launch of the Chinatown Multimodal Value Pricing Pilot and some data-based approach to curbside management.
In this webinar, you will:
- Become familiar with the concept of dynamic or value pricing and assess whether it is applicable in your jurisdiction.
- Learn about the pros and cons of various technologies and approaches to assess real time parking occupancy
- Learn about effective use of “big data” in parking – how to utilize data from the meters, sensors and other sources (such as pay by cell and enforcement) to make smart policy, management and operational decisions for your parking program
Soumya Dey, P.E., PMP, is the director of research and technology transfer at the District Department of Transportation. His expertise includes intelligent transportation systems, systems operations, traffic engineering, transportation planning, safety, research, and parking. He is a registered professional engineer, a project management professional, and a certified black belt in Lean Six Sigma. Soumya has bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, a master’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University, and a master of business administration degree from the University of Maryland.
Matt Darst, J.D., Vice President of Parking and Mobility, Xerox, presided over significant programs during his sixteen (16)-year tenure with the City of Chicago, including two parking ticket amnesty programs; general and hardship payment plans; changes to boot eligibility; and cutting edge technologies and process reengineering to vastly improve productivity. Matt joined Xerox in June 2010, and managed the implementation of the Indianapolis parking meter concession. He currently manages our virtual laboratory, IndyLab, as well as data scientists and collections and subject matter experts.
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