Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 3: Regulation

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 3: Regulation   As self-driving cars begin making their way off the production line and onto the streets, the DMV in one of America’s largest states is working to create rules to integrate them into a driving system.   According to the San Francisco Chronicle, since 2012 the DMV […]

Alternative Uses for Parking Spaces in Chicago and Elsewhere

Alternative Uses for Parking Spaces in Chicago and Elsewhere   After Streetline’s recent trip to PIE in Chicago, we learned about interesting uses residents were making of their parking spaces, beyond the obvious.   Parking spots are expensive in cities, often costing up to $80k in the most expensive areas. Often people without cars get […]

Streetline Attends PIE Chicago

Streetline Attends PIE Chicago   Last week Streetline attended the Parking Industry Exhibition in Chicago. Members of our team attended seminars and classes covering everything from the transportation policies of smart cities, the changing dynamics of the mobility market to the effects of ride share programs on traffic and frictionless parking in major metropolitan areas. […]

The Case for Parking Enforcement, an Interview with Paul Toliver

The Case for Parking Enforcement, an Interview with Paul Toliver   Parking enforcement is a tricky issue for many cities, who need to balance good will of their citizens with the needs of the community for parking. To explore this issue in greater detail, we sat down with parking enforcement expert Paul Toliver, Streetline’s Field […]

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 2: Mass Transit

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 2: Mass Transit   San Ramon has become one of the first cities in California to offer driverless buses. In the Bishop Ranch area EasyMile shuttles are moving passengers between the local rail line and different office parks, according to ABC7 News. EasyMile shuttles are allowed by the Federal […]

Fully Automated Parking Garages, The Next Step in Parking

Fully Automated Parking Garages, The Next Step in Parking   This week in Oakland, CA, CityLift Parking and the Signature Development Group unveiled the Hive Parking Structure, as the first fully automated parking garage of its kind in the United States. The structure has a footprint of 1,600 square feet, the size of seven parking […]

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #9: Smart Parking at the Regional Hub

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #9: Smart Parking at the Regional Hub   The pattern of office work continues to change. The universal model of commuting to one central office to work in a cubicle five days a week hasn’t been “universal” for decades, of course. An increasing number of people are working from […]

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 1: Data Sources

Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Parking Part 1: Data Sources   The entire sector of Interconnected Mobility is preparing for the arrival of autonomous vehicles. Many different forms of transportation infrastructure are going to need to chance, and one of those is parking.   Autonomous vehicles have significant advantages over traditional drivers, but they also look […]