April 14, 2020, at 12:00 PM EST
Free Online Shoptalk: Mobility Options and COVID-19
IPMI invites all industry professionals in parking, transportation, and mobility to discuss how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted your various mobility programs and options, including fleet management, transit, and micro-mobility modes. We understand this is an extremely busy time and will record the online shoptalk and distribute to all members and colleagues. If you have a question or would like to share something that has worked for your organization in advance, please email Fernandez@parking-mobility.org.
April 14, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
The CCPA and State Efforts to Protect Consumer Privacy: What the Parking Industry Should Know
The California Public Parking Association (CPPA) in partnership with IPMI is hosting this presentation that will review the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and various state efforts to protect the privacy of its citizens.
April 15, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
More than a Parking Garage: Transformative Leadership to Shift Campus Culture
As college campuses and universities continue to adapt to today’s changing economic and political climate, campus services must breakdown silos and reach across departments to mitigate challenges and support student success. Join NACAS CEO, Kelsey Harmon Finn, as she leads a conversation to understand how college parking & transportation professionals are leading the way toward creating outstanding services, exceptional experiences, and preparing themselves to take on more responsibility.
April 16, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST
FREE for IPMI Members: Cutting-edge Transportation Research on Parking, Congestion, and the Curb
IPMI will host two innovative transportation research institutions that are digging deep into industry trends and how mobility professionals can create positive effects through planning, policy, and operations.
June 17, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
ASU's Campus Access Management: Student safety, curb management and multi-modal access.
This webinar will cover the steps that Arizona State University has done over the past five years to create a safe environment for pedestrians to be able to walk around campus without being hit by skateboarders, bikes, carts, and facility vehicles. This case study will start with the planning phase of the program and move forward through the policy, construction and added job duties that have been created.
July 15, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
Reimagining a Sustainable, Resilient Workforce for Curbside Management
There is disruption occurring across cities relating to curbside management. Between innovation and intensifying mobility demands, the traditional management of the curb is being jostled to meet those demands. In municipalities across the US, there is recognition to have a Curbside Management Divisions (CMDs) effectuate the wholesale management of the curb. This presentation looks to highlight a peer review of municipal best practices and engage in an industry dialogue on the municipal curbside management workforce.
August 12, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
Considering an Alternative to Adaptive Reuse
This presentation will explore how we need to be adaptive in our mindset on how we manage and implement parking in our downtowns and on our campuses, looking at exterior factors like growth, changing transportation demographics, and evolving policies to support better densification and evolution of our downtowns. The presentation will focus on a concept called the surface parking exit strategy, that attempts to right-size parking and help communities grow with changing needs.
September 9, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
How to Increase Retention and Boost Team Culture
Join this webinar to understand how to analyze your team’s culture and other’s experiences and ideas. Nicole will lead a webinar packed with information fostered around what it takes to build a superior sales team, what a healthy team needs to thrive, and how you can be the best manager.
October 14, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST
Enabling Daily Parking Decisions For Faculty and Staff: How More Granular Choice Has Reduced Parking Demand and Delighted Customers
UCLA has long been a leader in reducing drive-alone rates. Historically, this has been accomplished by subsidizing alternative transportation products. In an era of constrained resources, this approach is limited. This session will explore what additional gains UCLA has been able to accomplish by granting customer flexibility rather than through subsidy--faculty and staff can now purchase daily parking pre-tax online via payroll deduction. Also hear what our customers are saying about this added flexibility.
November 18, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
A Portrait of El Paso Parking Using GIS
Cities are beginning to utilize technology as a tool to write the history of parking and pave the path for the future. To achieve real-time solutions and capture usable parking data, the City of El Paso put GIS to the test. This case study will demonstrate how to apply GIS to paint a parking portrait specific to your operation.
December 9, 2020, at 2:00 PM EST
PARCS replacement and implementing the latest technologies – A Case Study of the American Dream project in New Jersey
The American Dream is a retail/dining/entertainment development featuring an indoor amusement and water park, an indoor snow-skiing slope, and a high-end retail mall; including 10,000 spaces, 72 lanes of equipment, and 56 Pay-on-Foot machines. The PARCS included E-Z-Pass Integration, Pay-On-Foot, License-Plate-Recognition, QR/Barcode, PCI-P2PE Credit Cards, touch-screen displays, mobile app integrations, online reservations, and fully on-line analytics and reporting features. Join us for this informative webinar presentation, as we discuss the RFP, selection, and installation process.