Free Online Shoptalk: Data-driven Parking and Mobility Management Moderated by Kevin White, AICP, Walker Consultants
May 5 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Data-driven Parking and Mobility Management Moderated by Kevin White, AICP, Walker Consultants
May 5, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Free to all industry professionals.
Join IPMI for our next online Shoptalk addressing the parking, transportation, and mobility industry’s response and recovery planning. Open to all, join us for discussions centered on best practices, next steps, and the challenges ahead.
From its evolution as a buzzword to part of daily operations, data has grown into a critical part of both regular business and planning for the future—and no more so than in a time of great change for parking and mobility. We’ll talk about how parking organizations are collecting, analyzing, and using data; what kinds of data they’re using; and how they’ve set up their staff to collect, analyze, and use data for right-now and the future—practical solutions and demystifying data-driven parking management. We’ll also talk about several case studies from real organizations and have an open, roundtable discussion with questions and answers.
Submit your questions and thoughts for the discussion on the registration page.
Kevin White, AICP, Walker Consultants
Kevin White is a parking and mobility planner and consultant for Walker Consultants based in their Minneapolis, Minn., office. He specializes in parking and mobility planning, curbside management, and transportation demand management, with a focus on policy and user behavior and integrating all modes of transportation. Kevin is passionate about solving site circulation and parking challenges on campuses and in cities by integrating a blend of infrastructure, program, and policy strategies that promote access for all types of users. He strives to create planning processes that are meaningful and informative, with a focus on stakeholder transparency and the use of data and visualizations to tell a story, generate ideas, and gain consensus.