New Study Released on Emerging Trends in Parking

New Study Released on Emerging Trends in Parking   The International Parking Institute just released its 2018 Emerging Trends in Parking survey. Every year, the IPI surveys thousands of parking professionals in the public and private sector to gather a comprehensive view of the state of the industry. There are some interesting trends appearing this […]

SMART PARKING AND THE CORPORATE CAMPUS #11: How the Final 30% Parks

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #11: How the Final 30% Parks   One of the key benefits smart parking delivers to corporate campuses is helping employees park faster and get into work sooner. How does that work? The first people coming to work don’t need smart parking. They arrive early to an empty lot. […]

Streetline and Scottsdale in the News

Streetline and Scottsdale in the News   Streetline and Scottsdale have recently been featured in the news over the rollout of Scottsdale’s new smart parking solution in Old Town Scottsdale.  Angel Mendoza of the Arizona Republic has written a piece about how Streetline’s Parker app will help increase business for merchants in Old Town, including […]

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #10: Trends in Commute Patterns

Smart Parking and the Corporate Campus #10: Trends in Commute Patterns   Parking at a Corporate Campus seems like it should be an easy thing to measure. A company has this many employees working out of this campus, plus a small percentage set aside for guests, and that’s how many parking spaces are needed. But […]

Scottsdale Begins Rollout of Smart Parking Implementation with Streetline

Scottsdale Begins Rollout of Smart Parking Implementation with Streetline   Arizona- The City of Scottsdale has begun installation of its Parking Management Enhancement Program. This program, in partnership with Streetline, will be rolled out in key areas in Old Town Scottsdale. Drivers will be able to use the Parker app to find available parking. Merchants […]

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 […]