Managing the Corridor: A New Way to Enhance Mobility and Reduce Congestion with Parking
Parking is one of the most important components for a successful integrated corridor management (ICM) program—a cooperatively managed transportation system that promotes a multi-modal system and reduces congestion. None of this can be accomplished without the involvement of parking professionals and stakeholders. This interactive program will demonstrate the importance of parking for ICM and help bridge the gap between parking operators, owners, and state DOTs.
- Comprehend the concepts of ICM and the role of parking within a successful ICM program.
- Define the role of parking owners and professionals in an ICM program and understand how you can be an effective and informed stakeholder.
- Recognize the various stakeholders involved to create a successful program.
Nick Mazzenga, PE
Nick Mazzenga, PE, is a parking technology consultant with Kimley-Horn and a registered professional engineer. He serves on the IPMI Technology Committee and is passionate about leveraging technology to improve transportation infrastructure. He received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and his master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Virginia. He also is an Eno Transportation Foundation Fellow.