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Ribbon Cut on the Largest EV Charging Station Deployment in Upstate NY

Van Patten, Livingston Energy Group, and National Grid Cut the Ribbon on the Largest EV Charging Station Deployment in Upstate New York   Project is consistent with Van Patten’s focus on the future of their organization and the technology that will get them there. Jonesville, NY –Van Patten Golf Read More »

CAPP Code of Ethics

CAPP Code of Ethics Introduction The CAPP Certification Board has adopted a Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility (Code of Ethics) which establishes the expected level of professional conduct and practice for CAPP designees. The CAPP Certification Board retains the right to amend the Code of Ethics as required. To Read More »

LEGOLAND® Installs New Livingston Charge Port Electric Vehicle Chargers

LEGOLAND® New York Resort Installs New Livingston Charge Port Electric Vehicle Chargers for Guests’ Use     PEARL RIVER, NY – LEGOLAND® New York Resort is ensuring guests with electric vehicles can focus on having fun while their vehicles charge during their bricktastic day! The Goshen theme park has Read More »

How to Implement Shared Parking

The dentist needs parking during the day. The restaurant needs parking at night. Why wouldn’t they share a lot? Well, because depending on the circumstances, it’s complicated–way complicated. In this month’s Parking & Mobility magazine, Carmen Donnell, CAPP, shares a plan for implementing shared parking, from considerations to common barriers Read More »

Supreme Court Blocks Covid Vaccine Mandate for Businesses

By Michael J. Ash, Esq., CRE On January 13, the United States Supreme Court rejected an emergency mandate implemented by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requiring all workers at businesses with 100 or more employees to get COVID-19 vaccinations.  The emergency measure also required weekly COVID-19 testing for the unvaccinated and workplace Read More »

The Benefits of Slowing Down

By Sylvia Martinez-Mullally, MPA We’re speeding back up to a fast-paced world with plenty of distractions. Back to the politics of parking, putting out fires, and making sure everyone is okay. It’s been a time for reflection, reprioritizing, and, hopefully, slowing down to put yourself first. Yes, I said it! Read More »

ROPEd Into the Future

By Kirk McManus The future of parking is already here. The next generation of parkers and parking entities will involve flying airships, driverless automobiles, a phone app, a web browser, and a car charger. Lift Aircraft already has an FAA-approved, single seat flying airship. A person with a backpack or Read More »

Post-Pandemic and The Parking Revenue: How Can Revenues be Maximized?

Post-Pandemic and The Parking Revenue: How Can Revenues be Maximized?   By Cynthia Lang, CAPP, MPA  On December 31, 2019, the World Health Organization announced the first report on COVID-19.  Within 90 days, in March 2020, COVID-19 had been declared a global pandemic.  No one could have anticipated what followed Read More »

Developing a Curb Management Strategy: Three Factors of Formulation

Developing a Curb Management Strategy: Three Factors of Formulation   By Andrew Lamothe and Jason Sutton, CAPP As cities navigate complex parking environments, adapt new policies, and integrate innovations, curb management continues its trend toward mainstream adoption. Most if not all parking and transportation experts across the U.S. agree that Read More »

Employee Engagement Requires a Strategy and a Plan

Employee Engagement Requires a Strategy and a Plan   By Liliana Lasso Rambo, CAPP We often hear about the value of having engaged employees at work and how we can monetize an organization’s culture by enhancing the way employees feel at work.  How do you monetize/measure the positive or negative Read More »