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Jump Start Employee Biking: How It Can Roll

By Joshua Cantor, CAPP, and Janet Walker After the tax law changes of December 2017 eliminated the monthly $20 pre-tax bicycling commuting benefit, George Mason University needed to recalibrate its employee biking program, which is an important cog (pun intended) of the transportation program. We needed to find a way Read More »

Ensuring Curb Equity: Parking & Mobility Magazine Feature Article

Ensuring curb equity is a complex undertaking, filled with stake­holders and considerations. By Keith Hutchings and Christopher Perry, CAPP WHEN WE SPEAK ABOUT CURB EQUITY, we are not speaking about proportional access to the curb. If access were propor­tional, national delivery fleets would dominate all loading zones and cars would Read More »

Parklet Design: Featured Article from IPMI’s Parking & Mobility Magazine

Never more popular, tiny park spaces are seeing more use than ever next to the curb. Here’s everything you need to know to launch a parklet program in your operation, including parklet design elements. By Jonathan Wicks, CAPP, and Chrissy Mancini Nichols IF THE CURB IS THE GATEWAY TO YOUR Read More »

Telecommuting at UCLA: Featured Article from Parking & Mobility Magazine

Telecommuting at UCLA: Avoiding gridlock, finding parking, and having room to breathe. By David J. Karwaski THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES (UCLA) sits within the Los Angeles Basin, one of the most traffic congested areas in the U.S., that unfortunately has some of the worst air quality—if not the Read More »

Parking and Transit-oriented Development: Featured Article from IPMI’s Parking & Mobility Magazine

The Orientation Toward Transit: Has COVID cooled the hot market of parking and transit-oriented development? By Jim Zullo, CAPP As we look ahead to life in a post-COVID world, there will certainly be some level of return to commuting, transit, and parking normalcy. But are the benefits that have traditionally Read More »

The Great Resignation

By Carmen Donnell, CAPP Over the last year, we have been hearing more and more about ‘the great resignation’ and perhaps more so in tech than any other industry.  I read a catchy phrase the other day that suggested what is far worse than ‘the great resignation’ is ‘the great Read More »

Important Conversations

By Gary Means, CAPP THERE HAVE BEEN A LOT OF CONVERSATIONS lately about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. If you didn’t get a chance to catch the Fireside Chat On Industry Inclusion back on August 20, 2020, I would encourage you to do so (click here). I was joined by a Read More »

Continuing the Conversation

By Kim Jackson, CAPP GARY MEANS, CAPP, began the conversation for our industry of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in the October issue of Parking and Mobility. I have the ex­treme pleasure of continuing the conversation for this issue. DEI is a topic I am and have been passionate about Read More »

A Win-Win: Improving Post-Event Traffic Flow

A Win-Win: Improving Post-Event Traffic Flow By Jennifer I. Tougas, CAPP, PhD IT’S A COOL FEBRUARY NIGHT and Western Kentucky University (WKU) is hosting Louisiana Tech in an end-of-season men’s basketball game to determine placement in the upcoming Conference USA tournament. This season marks the first for activating the university’s Read More »

University Plans and Strategies for Fall 2020

University Plans and Strategies for Fall 2020 A panel of experts discusses recovering from COVID-19 in the academic world. OUR PANELISTS JOSH CANTOR, CAPP, is director of parking and transportation at George Mason University. He was previously at Cal State Fullerton. He serves on IPMI’s Board of Directors and served Read More »