Each organization that has achieved Accredited Parking Organization (APO) accreditation will share their experience, best practices, and tips for success in a series called APO Spotlights. Learn more about the APO process and how the first APOs successfully pursued accreditation in this feature article.
The City of Virginia Beach operates and manages over 13,000 parking spaces in both paid and unpaid self-parking environments. They are committed to continuous process improvement and professionalism. Read the full profile.
Cornell University’s Department of Transportation and Mail Services facilitates the smart and sustainable movement of people, packages, and vehicles on Cornell campuses and beyond. Read the full profile.
The Miami Parking Authority (MPA) earned APO as part of the inaugural class. MPA then pursued APO with Distinction and was awarded formal recognition at the 2016 IPI Conference & Expo in Nashville, Tenn. Read the full profile.
ParkHouston is a solution-focused partner that supports the City of Houston’s economic development goals by providing superior customer service, investing in cutting-edge technologies, and through active collaboration with diverse user groups. Read the full profile.
Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh is a municipal authority that manages 13 parking garages, nearly 10,000 on-street and off-street meter spaces, and more than 35,000 residential parking permits in the City of Pittsburgh. Read the full profile.
SP+ is a diverse provider of professional parking, ground transportation, facility maintenance, security, and event logistics services to real estate owners and managers in a wide array of markets. Read the full profile.