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How parking lots are ruining Los Angeles | Curbed LA

How parking lots are ruining Los Angeles | Curbed LA

In the city of Los Angeles, any new building with more than three units must have its own full-sized, dedicated parking space for each unit, adding about 375 square feet per unit to the project (the architect’s estimate includes not just the 330 square-foot space itself but access to the street). And with land costs […]

‘Smart’ parking pain solution for Townsville | Geelong Advertiser

‘Smart’ parking pain solution for Townsville | Geelong Advertiser

DYNAMIC parking pricing where the cost of a car space fluctuates according to demand could help ease Townsville’s parking woes, according to a national industry body. Lorraine Duffy, chief executive of Parking Australia, said dynamic parking was a supply and demand model that meant when parking demand was high, so was the price. “Dynamic/demand-based parking […]

Off the Record: Aparkalypse now: why parking is political hell | Whistler Question

Off the Record: Aparkalypse now: why parking is political hell | Whistler Question

Objective number one, however, is contrary to objective number two, which is to increase revenue from the day lots. If the revenue projections are based on the same amount of people parking in the day lots every day, then you will not have achieved your objective of “getting people out of their cars and onto […]

Downtown Austin’s Parking Crunch Can Be Solved Without Adding Tons of Parking | Streetsblog USA

Downtown Austin’s Parking Crunch Can Be Solved Without Adding Tons of Parking | Streetsblog USA

Before deciding on any course of action, a good first step is to gain an understanding of how much parking is actually available. That can then guide policies to manage and price the existing supply. The goal, according to a new study prepared for the Downtown Austin Alliance by Nelson\Nygaard, is to make sure that spaces are available […]

“Smart meters,” demand-based parking rates eyed for downtown Lafayette | The Acadiana Advocate

“Smart meters,” demand-based parking rates eyed for downtown Lafayette | The Acadiana Advocate

The price for parking in downtown Lafayette could be linked to how prized the spot is under changes to be voted on next month by the City-Parish Council. City-parish government is considering a new system where supply and demand drives parking rates, which could vary by hour based on the location and availability of open […]

Why is Dynamic Pricing Important to Header Bidding? | MarTech Advisor

Why is Dynamic Pricing Important to Header Bidding? | MarTech Advisor

Header bidding reveals the true benefits of dynamic pricing and highlights that it is the critical feature that has driven its adoption. Without dynamic pricing, header bidding would not be needed, and it was the need to include programmatic buyers within DFP that initially drove header bidding. In addition, the combination of dynamic pricing and […]

Dynamic Pricing Benefits Everyone – Part 2 | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Dynamic Pricing Benefits Everyone – Part 2 | Strategic Pricing Solutions

In my last blog post, Dynamic Pricing Benefits Everyone. Politicians Should Stay Out of It, I described the many ways in which dynamic pricing benefits us all.  As you can tell from the title, I also urged politicians to resist their natural desire to regulate things.  Within a couple days of my post, there was […]

Dynamic Pricing Benefits Everyone.  Politicians Should Stay Out of It | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Dynamic Pricing Benefits Everyone.  Politicians Should Stay Out of It | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Last week an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette focused on the potential for the use dynamic of pricing in Pittsburgh parking, Let’s make smart parking tools for Pittsburgh.  The article reports that Carnegie Mellon University created and administered a pilot project using dynamic pricing of parking spots in 2013 and 2014 which improved overall parking revenue […]

Portland Included in FHWA’s Parking Pricing Case Studies | Portland Shoupistas

Portland Included in FHWA’s Parking Pricing Case Studies | Portland Shoupistas

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) last month released two documents – “FHWA-Parking Pricing Workshop Summaries” and “FHWA Sponsored Parking Pricing Projects Update 2017” – on parking management and pricing initiatives in several U.S. cities including Seattle, Denver, and Portland. Since FHWA sponsored the Portland Parking Symposium in June 2015, the City of Portland has made […]

Kitchener looking to integrate more technology into city services | CTV Kitchener News

Kitchener looking to integrate more technology into city services | CTV Kitchener News

This year they plan on rolling out pay-by-phone parking that would allow a person to log onto their phone to add another hour on the parking meter. “A longer term solution is actually identifying parking spaces that are vacant, future connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles and how they can relate to parking spots, and dynamic […]