21 Aug FUTURE TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS OF NOTE, PER TOP PARKING KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Top parking keynote speakers can’t stop phones from ringing lately. Here’s why, given the topics they touch on.
- New mobility impacts – How ridesharing, micromobility, AVs and declining car ownership will transform parking demand and design in the future from a parking keynote speaker’s standpoint. Repurposing parking infrastructure.
- Smart parking technology – Sensors, mobile apps, digital guidance and payment systems that help drivers locate, reserve and pay for parking spots.
- Revenue control equipment – New meter technology, pay stations and integrated systems that, per top parking keynote speakers, accept various forms of payment and help cities manage and analyze parking revenue.
- Curbside management – Strategies for cities to effectively manage competing curbside demands for parking, pickups/drop-offs, micromobility and commercial loading zones.
- Parking enforcement innovations – Apps, ALPR technology, integrated citation management that parking keynote speakers say improves parking rule compliance and makes enforcement more efficient.
- Electric vehicles – Installation and management of public EV charging infrastructure in garages, lots and curbsides. Accommodating EV growth.
- Bicycle facilities – Providing secure bike parking, lockers and storage options at transportation hubs to facilitate bike commuting.
- Parking design and maintenance – Facility design elements like lighting, wayfinding and landscaping that enhance user experience. Low maintenance materials and amenities.
- Staffing and organizational models – Effective staffing, management, outsourcing and shared services approaches to operating large parking portfolios across a city or campus.
- Data analytics – How data on parking occupancy and usage patterns informs pricing policies, enforcement tactics and infrastructure planning decisions.
- Sustainability – LEED certification options. LED lighting, renewable energy, stormwater management and other sustainability initiatives that parking keynote speakers suggest for parking facilities.