IPMI Webinar: Shared Mobility and Technologies’ Effects on Parking Design and Curbside Management
August 14, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Live Online Webcast: $35.00 for IPMI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members
Description: The explosion in shared mobility and potential for autonomous vehicles is affecting parking design and curbside management. Parking planners and transportation engineers are shifting from the standard design approach to curbside and parking facility design. This presentation will provide an overview of shared mobility resources and technology and explore how they are impacting parking demand and parking design both on- and off-street.
- Identify what should be considered when planning and designing parking and curbside space.
- Learn strategies to plan for changes to parking needs using technology and best practices.
- Determine how curbside space and parking facilities need to be designed to support the variety of mobility needs and changes in parking demand.
David Taxman, PE, is a parking and transportation engineer at Kimley-Horn. He has been a passionate advocate for reform in parking planning practices, spearheading efforts to include transportation demand management (TDM) and mobility best practices. He has led parking studies for municipalities, universities, hospitals, and other institutions. His expertise in parking planning includes supply/demand studies, operations/management, financial feasibility, parking policy, technology, shared parking, privatization, and functional design.
Brett Wood, CAPP, PE, is a parking and transportation consultant at Kimley-Horn, where he leads the firm’s parking planning group through innovative and industry leading projects throughout North America. He has extensive experience in parking demand management, creation, and management of innovative parking programs, including design of mobility and parking systems and strategic parking planning for downtown areas and universities.