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NPA Launches ‘Issue Alerts Program’

The National Parking Association (NPA) has launched

its worldwide Issue Alerts Program. It provides parking industry leaders with informational, policy and action alerts on crucial legislative, regulatory, financial, tax and trans- portation issues facing the industry. Since introducing the program, the NPAhas alerted members to several issues with bottom-line impact to their organizations. As a result of an accounting rule-making alert, for exam-

ple, NPAmember organizations joined to form the NPALeas- ing Task Force – with representatives from Central Parking System, the Houston (TX) Airport System, Colonial Parking ofWashington, DC, and ofWilmington, DE, and LAZ Park- ing – to prepare an industrywide public comment letter opposing proposed lease accounting rules. The NPA, in turn, joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

and 32 organizations in a trade group public comment letter on the issue. The NPA is the leading parking industry organization

representing a broad spectrum of industry sectors. The Issue Alerts Program is an exclusive benefit for NPAmembers.

Streetline to Deploy on New

Using High Defi nition Voice Technology

York’s Roosevelt Island Streetline Inc. has announced that its sensor-based

smart-parking solutions will be deployed on New York’s Roosevelt Island, creating new “smart” parking spaces next to its subway and historic tramway. The innovative program, which marks the company’s

entry into the East Coast market, aims to help the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp. (RIOC) better assess its parking man- agement policies; give citizens and visitors a better parking experience; and address traffic congestion. Streetline’s patented parking system includes ultra-low

power sensors that communicate with one another to deliver valuable real-time information, such as how long a car is parked and when a car enters and leaves a parking space. The initial system also lays the foundation for smart-parking meters allowing for easier payments and better pricing. Said RIOC Director Jonathan Kalkin: “This is the first

phase to a hopefully larger deployment of smart-parking tech- nology…that will provide citizens and visitors of Roosevelt Island a more convenient way to find and access parking.”

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