EPA about to launch the new "Parking Dictionary"

European Parking Association will be launching the new, interactive "Parking Dictionary". EPA members can find this new module in the login area of the EPA-website.
The dictionary enabels to search parking relevant or parking related expressions in 7 languages. Also the results can be shown in 7 variable languages. For example, Italian visitors may search the Swedish result for the Norwegian word "Alarm" (which may be very easy).

In total there are the following languages:
English
Dutch
German
Italian
Hungarian
Swedish
Norwegian
French

The finalising of the dictionary is still in process, since every word for every language has to be put into the module by hand. But you can already see how it is working as far as the words have been put into it already.
We believe that other languages will be added in the future.

The "Parking Dictionary" has bee set up by the Advisory Council of Directors. The idea came from David Marklew, Chairman of the ACoD.

About The European Parking Association (www.europeanparking.com)

epa.jpgIn autumn 1980 the members of the various European parking associations met in Vienna for the first time in order to find a way of a co-operation on an international level. As a result of this meeting, an executive committee was founded which was to prepare the foundation of the European Parking Association.

In autumn 1983, 9 European parking associations met in Madrid to institue the EPA. Since that time there have been 16 national European parking associations which have joined up in the European Parking Association.
Thus the EPA has become the umbrella organisation of all the European carpark enterprises which are members of their respective national associations.

In March 1989 "Parking Trend International" is published for the first time. It is the Europe wide organ of the EPA and contains reports on the parking business in Europe as well as on the parking business in the individual national associations.

The official language of the association is English.
Every two years, the EPA hosts an international congress on which the problems and perspectives of stationary traffic in connection with the traffic development in the cities of Europe are discussed.
Renowed personalities from politics and science are among the guests and the active participants of the EPA congress which additionaly offers an opportunity to the manufacturers, suppliers and others active in this field to promote their products and services on the accompanying shows.
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