This day-long symposium, participants will learn about the parking management techniques and technologies that directly contribute to Transportation Demand Management (TDM) objectives including, congestion relief, air quality improvements, VMT reduction, enhancements for transit and active transportation, improved land use decisions, and quality of life/urban space enhancements.
Specific content will include:
- Optimizing on-street parking performance
- Guidance and revenue control strategies for emissions mitigation
- Optimizing utilization of park and ride facilities
- Policy development to support park-once, trip chaining, ridesharing, and carsharing
- Public policy: zoning, taxation, and parking
- Occasional-use parking solutions to support multimodal commuters
- Integrated parking and transportation during planning and operations
- Business opportunities in parking-TDM integration
- Parking data management for TDM metrics/planning and commuter incentive programs
Material covered will be suitable for parking asset owners and operators, planners, architects, transportation management association staff, corporate and university campus transportation professionals, facility managers, downtown professionals, and employee transportation coordinators.
Attendees will participate in five educational sessions, have an opportunity to interact with a range of consultants and suppliers, and wrap up the day with a networking closing reception from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.