Moving Forward (Alternative Transportation & Mobility)

Moving Forward (Alternative Transportation & Mobility) Track



Moving Forward (Alternative Transportation & Mobility):
This track was designed to offer parking professionals with the expertise they need to excel as parking, transportation, and mobility merge into one critical industry. Join practitioners from across the country who have researched the effects, measured the change, and will tackle many of your questions, including improving mobility with data and technology, improving fleet management, prioritizing parking for shared mobility services to reduce congestion, and fostering innovation in all forms of parking.
 
Below are sessions by date and time for the Moving Forward Track:

Sunday, June 3
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm    

Knowing What They'll Do: How Stanford Predicts Commuter Behavior and Targets TDM Investments
Brian Shaw, CAPP, Stanford University Department of Parking and Transportation

Investing in new and expanded transportation demand management (TDM) programs can seem risky when universities are unsure about potential outcomes. A predictive mode-share model reveals what the effects of different programs will be, allowing rational investment decisions to reduce unsustainable drive-alone commute trips. This presentation will review a recent Stanford study that developed planning tools to guide the selection of these strategies.

1.    Understand the inputs and data needed to create a mode share model.
2.    Apply the methodology to your own context.
3.    Understand the matrix of TDM program evaluation.

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm    

Successful Mobility: Opportunities, Strategies, and Trends for Making the Most of New Transportation Trends
Alex Thibault, Vulog

Did you know one of the most successful new mobility projects in the world is owned by a parking lot operator? Explore the latest new mobility initiatives, including how car sharing and new mobility can create new revenue sources for parking lot operators. This interactive presentation will dive into various projects—successful or not—and explore the opportunity, strategy, and particularities of each situation.

1.    Understand where the new mobility landscape is going.
2.    Identify opportunities in new mobility projects for parking operators.
3.    Learn to identify the right partners for the right projects.

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm    

Not Building the Church for Easter Sunday: Right-Sizing and Mixed-Use
Robert Chapman, Premier Parking

You don't build the church for Easter Sunday. The same rule is true for parking in an urban mixed-use development. Building the right amount of parking is essential as more city centers are created in our urban core. Too much parking is a waste and too little results in frustration and traffic-clogged streets. Now we add ride-share and the future of autonomous vehicles to the mix of how much parking to build?

1.    Identify the effect of shared parking to our urban core.
2.    Identify how ride-share and transit affect our planning.
3.    Discuss the effect of autonomous vehicles on the future of parking garages

Monday, June 4
8:00 am - 9:00 am    

High-performance, Sustainable Parking Comes of Age: A Global Performance Tool
Paul Wessel, Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI); Mark Cho

More than 90 projects across the globe are pursuing Parksmart sustainability certification. In China, Parksmart is shaping the development of the parking structure asset class. In India, it’s a quality assurance tool for the marketplace. In the U.S., it is bringing engineers, architects, sustainability professionals, and parking professionals together like never before. Hear the stories of the early adopters finding success using Parksmart as a global performance tool.

1.    Describe how Parksmart functions as a global parking performance standard.
2.    Apply the Parksmart standard to your parking operation.
3.    Evaluate Parksmart  as a valuable tool for your parking organization.

9:15 am - 10:15 am    

Ubered! The True Effects of TNCs on Airport Parking
Brett Wood, PE, CAPP, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; Matt Sherwood, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; David Galloway, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport;Steve Koester, A.A.E. , Portland International Airport.

What really happens to airport parking when transportation network companies (TNCs) arrive? The session will provide a case study of four of the largest airports in the U.S. and what's happened to their parking and transportation systems since allowing TNCs to provide passenger loading services curbside. We'll delve into actual revenue, demand, and access data to help identify trends created from this industry-disrupting service.

1.    Identify immediate and collateral impacts of TNCs on airports.
2.    Understand revenue effects and opportunities for TNCs, parking, and other transportation modes.
3.    Define technology trends for managing TNCs.

4:15 pm - 5:15 pm    

Still Looking for Parking? The Future of Parking in Cities Worldwide
Tracey Zhen, Zipcar; Stephen Smyth, Coord; Mark Lawrence, SpotHero/HeroTech

Join in this engaging discussion about improving mobility with data and technology—how cities can understand and help to shape the decisions of travelers on the road. Learn about reducing car ownership, fleet management, and prioritizing parking for shared mobility services to reduce overall congestion. And then talk about innovation from the garage and lot perspectives.

1.    Identify how cities can understand and help to shape the decisions of travelers.
2.    Identify parking industry trends and learn what those mean for the future of the industry.
3.    Recognize the aligned interests of shared mobility and mobility innovation companies and those in the parking industry.

Tuesday, June 5
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm    

Smart and Connected Parking and Mobility Systems: Planning and Designing for Tomorrow
Mark Santos and Brett Wood, PE, CAPP, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; Alejandra Argudin, CAPP, LEED AP, Miami Parking Authority; Diana Alarcon, City of Fort Lauderdale

The worlds of parking and mobility are rapidly intersecting, creating opportunities to change how our patrons move into and around our communities. Parking professionals have a chance to seize this intersection and provide immense benefits. Explore innovative solutions industry leaders are implementing to improve the delivery of parking services, including the integration of parking within the shared-mobility experience.

1.    Define opportunities to create intersections between parking and mobility solutions.
2.    Understand how Florida cities are implementing a wide variety of mobility solutions to meet the needs of the community.
3.    Discuss the planning, operational, management, and design considerations for parking professionals to consider.


Transportation Benefits of Parking Cash-Out, Pre-Tax Commuter Benefits, and Parking Surtaxes
Allen Greenberg, Federal Highway Administration

Many employers provide free parking at work, which encourages employees to drive alone. Strategies exist to allow employees to select the most beneficial travel options without presenting financial penalties. The Federal Highway Administration sponsored a study to understand the effect parking cash-out, pre-tax commuter benefits, and parking surtaxes can have on vehicle-miles traveled, congestion, emissions, and parking infrastructure costs. The research, peer review and public sector guidance will be analyzed.
 
Objectives are:
  1. Examine how cash-out programs reduce drive-alone rates.
  2. Demonstrate through the study results how implementing these policies can reduce employee vehicle travel, traffic congestion, and emissions.
  3.  Understand city-level analysis for nine cities to assess the potential effects of six ordinances, including tax-exempt commuter benefits and tax credit incentives.

Other Tracks: Creating Success (Operations & Finance) | Driving Innovation (Technology & Trends) | Exploring Places and Structures (The Built Environment) |  Maximizing Skills and Developing Expertise (Personal & Staff Development) 

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