CMU Professors Advocate for Smart Parking in Pittsburg

Their study shows demand-based pricing can increase revenue while lowering parking rates Published May 4th, 2017 Recently two professors at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, Mark Fichman and Stephen Spear, published an article in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette focused on the need for Smart Parking tools in Pittsburg. Mark Fichman is a professor of […]

Cities Need Better Data to Set Parking Minimums

A recent article from the Economist focuses on one of the challenges facing development in American Cities: Parking minimums.  As economic growth in the United States continues to be driven by our cities, new developments that both accelerate economic growth and keep the character and livability of the city in question are key. As parking […]

Oakland and Streetline Partner to Introduce Smart Parking That Benefits Residents And The Environment

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA- Oakland is leading the charge in providing innovative housing, transit, and community planning solutions to better serve its citizens and the environment. One of the biggest challenges that community planning faces in mixed used development is parking spaces, which are often limited and in high demand at many times of the day. An […]