8:00 - 9:00
Registration Open: Breakfast & Vendor Networking
9:15 - 10:15
Keynote Address - The Shared Parking Challenge at Swarthmore College: A Study in Institutional and Neighborhood (Town-Gown) Parking Planning Issues
This session is equally relevant to institutions and their host municipalities in a number of ways, not the least of which is the development of solutions that address institutional development needs while preserving the essential fabric of the host community. Specific goals and objectives for the session for the presentation include:
- How to identify the needed references, resources and practical approaches to quantify future parking demand for a mixed use development;
- Techniques for minimizing the number of new parking spaces needed; and
- Ways to effectively meet the concerns of local citizens and the institution itself with respect to accessing new campus destinations while preserving the fabric of the surrounding community
Presenter: Christopher J. Jurek, AICP, Planner/Project Manager, CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc.
10:15 - 10:45
Vendor Networking Break
License Plate-Enabled Parking (LEP) Case Study
License Plate-Enabled Parking (LEP) has captured a lot of attention lately, and for good reason: the strategic, operational, and economic benefits of using license plates as the unique identifier for parking. LEP parking organizations offer customers incredible convenience while gaining tighter control over business rules, enhanced permit management and enforcement capabilities.
Presenters: Doug Graham, T2 Systems, Inc. and AllanWitten, Genetec/Auto Vu
11:45 - 1:15
Lunch & Vendor Networking Break
1:15 - 2:15
Your Career in Parking - Knowledge, Networks, Advancement: Building a Successful Career in the Parking Industry
Presentation is loaded with take away tips on how to advance with your current organization, as well as how to prepare for promotion or transition. Describes what industry hiring execs. Are seeking, as well as how to build skills and use social media like LinkedIn.
Presenter: Christine Banning, MA, CAE, President, National Parking Association
2:15 - 2:45
Vendor Networking Break
2:45 - 3:45
IPI Sustainability Committee Road Show: Interactive Presentation
This interactive presentation will be led by members of the IPI Sustainability committee. The co-presenters
will share 30 minutes of tailored sustainability content. The presentation will focus on a variety of topics, particular sectors (healthcare, municipal, etc.) and will offer national level educational content. The presentation will be followed by 30 minutes of Q & A on sustainability topics from the presentation, or wherever the session leads us. This is a forum to capture valuable regional information on sustainability, trends, and best practices, and share relevant experience and case studies.
Presenters: Rachel Yoka, LEED AP, CNU-A, CPSM, VP, Strategic Business Planning and Sustainability, Timothy Haahs & Associates, Mark Pace, Parking Manager, Montgomery College
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