Shoptalks

IPMI Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo
June 9-12, 2024

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Shoptalks


IPMI’s ever-popular Shoptalks provide an open forum to discuss challenges, solutions, and successes with your peers, emerging leaders, and consultants in the industry. Ever wonder what other organizations like yours are doing to solve similar problems? Each of these informal roundtable discussions is geared toward targeted segments and/or topics in the industry. Each session has a moderator who will keep the discussion on target; other than that, it’s an open forum to discuss challenges, solutions, and successes with colleagues from around the world.

 

Sunday, June 9


12:00 – 1:30 p.m. 
Airport Operations  

Airport operations face unique challenges. Bring your questions, concerns, and ideas to address changing business and leisure travel patterns, as well as the competing demands of efficient operations, safety and wellness best practices, asset maintenance, and more.  
 

 

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Municipalities, Cities, and Downtowns 

Connect with municipal parking and mobility professionals as they dive into conversations about reopening and recovery efforts. From proactive financial planning and to revenue streams, to innovative curb management programs and pilots, share your experiences and learn how your colleagues are redefining smart cities, transportation equity, and more.    

 

 

Monday, June 10

 

4:00 – 5:30 p.m. 
University & Campus Operations  


Academic parking and mobility professionals are faced with changing revenue models, fiscal challenges, and evolving demands on their operations for EV charging, accessibility, and all modes of micromobility. Join the discussion on these topics, as well as multi-modal opportunities, event parking, new technology and platforms, and other industry issues.     

 

 

Tuesday, June 13


11:00 – 12:30 p.m. 
Curb Management 

Join industry professionals to discuss changing curd demands, with a particular focus on how to address commercial loading for more efficient and streamlined curbside operations. Discuss innovative programming and operational changes to better plan for and manage the curbside environment.  
 

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Accessibility & Parking: Improving Accessibility Across the Board 

Although the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act made discrimination against people with disabilities in transportation illegal, ensuring sufficient accessible parking remains an ongoing challenge. Municipalities face a daunting challenge; they must provide accessible parking for disabled patrons, meet the growing demands of an aging population, and tackle widespread abuse to ensure that spaces are available for those who need them. For millions of Americans with mobility disabilities, the inability to park near destinations can be a frequent occurrence that profoundly affects their ability to lead independent lives. Join us for a critically important discussion of how parking, transportation, and mobility professionals can make accessible parking more accessible for the patrons who need it. 


Tuesday, June 13


8:00 – 9:30 am 
Are Your Operations EV-Ready?   

Electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure are poised to transform the parking, transportation, and mobility industry. The launch of the NEVI program and new CFI funding, along with complementary federal, state, and local funding, policies, and programs, represents a generational opportunity for the parking and mobility industry to play a pivotal role to plan, deploy, and maintain required charging infrastructure to advance the adoption of EVs and electrification across the nation.? Join IPMI and the EV Cohort as we lead an open discussion on electrification in our industry and what we need to do as industry leaders to inspire change, drive innovation, and support EV programs, policies, and resources with a focus on greater mobility options, transportation equity, and meaningful sustainability outcomes. 

 
 

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