2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Presented by: Miranda Bradshaw, Senior Product Manager, Passport Labs, Inc.; Jeshua Pringle, AICP, CAPP, Project Manager, Kimley-Horn; Fed Revolte, Parking Division Manager, Mobility Department, City of Tampa
Cities that share data through technology can experience numerous benefits including enhanced decision-making, increased transparency and collaboration, and improved customer experience. In particular, benchmarking enables cities to optimize their operations based on comparisons to other peer cities. However, determining which cities to use as peers and getting access to current, relevant data is time consuming and expensive.
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Presented by: Drew Starke, Director of Business Development, Blink Charging
Electric vehicles are revolutionizing the parking industry. EV charging stations not only present an opportunity to attract new drivers, but they can now give parking operators more visibility than ever before. Join Blink Charging as we discuss how to manage your charging network to easily monitor your charging stations' essential data & provide more flexibility and information to hosts and drivers.
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Digital infrastructure has been proven to be a necessary investment for cities thinking of how to manage their streets in the future. How do I manage shared mobility (bikes, cars, scooters)? Sidewalk delivery robots? Autonomous vehicles, drones, and other devices not yet conceived of? Digital infrastructure is being developed and honed by department of transportation and parking officials in partnerships with technology providers to enable this future. With small micromobility devices (e-scooters and bikes) being the first to prove the use case these same methods are increasingly being deployed to manage larger and more complex fleets (carshare and commercial delivery vehicles).
One example of Digital Infrastructure is an easy-to-use, share, and update inventory of a city's curb and parking regulations. However, creating this data, integrating it with legacy systems, , and leveraging it for real world use cases can seem impossibly daunting — but it doesn’t have to be.
This session will cover new data standards, such as the Curb Data Specification (CDS) and Alliance for Parking Data Standards (APDS), and the role they play in helping city departments of transportation and parking authorities more effectively manage and control their curbs.
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Presented by: Bruno Lopes, Director of Parking & Station Access, Massachusetts Bay Transportation
One of the primary goals of LPR is to create a customer experience that encourages increased ridership by making it as convenient as possible to pay and park. With invoice by mail, MBTA offers a non-punitive 2nd payment option for riders. For any unpaid parking sessions, an invoice covering the balance of the time may be sent by mail using a fully automated gateless LPR and invoice by mail system for processing and mail out. Learn more about how fixed LPR and invoice by mail is allowing the MBTA to repurpose its PEOs to create more efficiency and improve parking services.
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Presented by: Brandy Stanley, CAPP, VP of Government and Local Market Development, Adam Maxwell, Director, Utilities & Markets, Kris Stefani, VP of EV Charging Operations; Flash
The EV Revolution isn't coming, It's here. And it's time to tackle the burning questions that come with it. Join Brandy Stanley as she sits down with Flash EV experts Kristopher Stefani, Vice President of Mobility Infrastructure, and Adam Maxwell, Director of Utilities & Markets for EV Charging, to explore how your urban parking assets are the key to unlocking the EV Charging bottleneck. Deep dive into how to deliver enhanced EV customer experiences and create a more equitable EV charging infrastructure for our cities in the incoming electrified future.
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Presented by: Jim Zullo, President; Todd Helmer, PE, SE, CEO; THA Consulting, Inc.
Parking facilities are often a gateway to any destination, therefore may positively contribute to enhance the experience to a downtown district, healthcare or higher education campus, entertainment venue, and other destinations. In addition, a quality design can have significant beneficial impact on the aesthetics and vibrancy of the area it serves.
This presentation will highlight essential planning and design elements to enhance the aesthetic appeal, and user comforts of both old and newer parking structures. The design strategies outlined in the presentation offer opportunities for new structures as well as upgrades to existing structures to feel safer, more inviting, vibrant, and contribute to the overall user experience. Design components include, façade enhancements, pedestrian connectivity, passive and active security upgrades, graphics, lighting, screening, placemaking, and enhanced signage.
8:00 am - 9:00 am
No matter your facility, the time to capitalize on EV is now.
Join ABM, as they discuss exactly how planning and prepping your building with the infrastructure to support EV charging will enhance your operation and sustain the ROI of your investment far into the future.
They’ll review ABM’s recently completed project at Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)—the largest EV installation in the U.S. to date—and will show you where and how to begin creating EV infrastructure at your facility.
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