WEBINAR

Parking Best Practices In The ‘New Normal’: A Deeper Look Into Occupancy and the Evolution of Digital Permits

Learn more how featured guest Rachel Barra, Management Analyst for the City of Tacoma Parking Services achieved going digital with their permit program using gtechna’s permitting solution, and the future steps the cities permit program will make. Rachel will also share Tacoma’s journey developing the capacity to conduct internal occupancy studies and how, even with budget shortfalls the city is still able to monitor the current state of the parking system without relying on external consultants.

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whitepaper

PCI Compliance

In this paper, we aim to demystify PCI compliance in parking: What is it? Why is it important? And, of course, what can you do to streamline your organization’s compliance? Get this resource to learn more!

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brochure

Digital Permits – Brochure

We at gtechna developed Digital Permits: an intuitive yet comprehensive platform to handle all permitting needs for cities and constituents alike. It’s a convenient, efficient, and cost-effective solution to today’s parking problem. Get this resource to learn more!

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WHITEPAPER

Pay Per Ticket eCitations

e Citations have been around for the better part of two decades however adoption rates are only now gaining momentum within the last 10 years. This White Paper explores some of the barriers to e-Citations and how to surmount them. Further, a review of alternatives to traditional technology adoption models seeks to open dialogue on less conventional collaborations that may prove beneficial to multiple government agencies. Get this resource to learn more!

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cASE STUDY

Banff Case Study

The smart city concept doesn’t just dwell in metropolitan areas with millions of residents milling about in their cars and on public transportation. Small communities can just as easily use technology to minimize the effects of traffic congestion, to help make parking easier, and to make the user’s experience more enjoyable.

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Case study

Deerfield Beach

The parking enforcement of Deerfield Beach, Florida had the wonderful problem of needing to accommodate growth in their town. With that growth was the increased need for easier and more efficient parking – both on the water and on the land. To stay ahead of the curve, they decided to investigate the latest technology in parking with gtechna and see how they could use it to benefit their town and make parking an easy process for their patrons and staff. Get this resource to learn more!

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case study

Gavelston

As more services migrate online, it makes sense for agencies like Galveston to offer solutions best suited to a modern lifestyle. Increasingly, citizens have come to expect a level of automation that makes day-to-day activities mobile-ready such as paying a toll on a commute to work, managing subscriptions, finances or making retail purchases. It is no longer necessary to be tied to a physical location or have a human interaction as it once was in order to get things done. Get this resource to learn more!

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case study

Norwalk

Norwalk, a municipality located in the southern Fairfield County, along the Gold Coast region of Connecticut has a population of 88,438 residents. The city manages parking through a parking authority that is structured as an enterprise fund, self-sufficient, operating with no taxpayer money, all through revenues collected through parking fees, leases and other parking authority related fees. Get this resource to learn more!

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CASE STUDY

Washington DC

Washington, D.C., is the nation’s capital, a hub of politics, progress, and, coincidentally, parking. With so much happening around residents, commuters, and visitors, the city’s streets have become a mecca of activity. With all this activity, the District of Columbia was experiencing too many traffic fatalities and serious injuries, especially when it came to dedicated bike lanes. Get this resource to learn more!

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CASE STUDY

Milwaukee

In order to stay relevant and bring in world-class talent to live and work downtown, City of Milwaukee Parking Services knew they needed to be leaders, moving quickly to facilitate this transformation. The possibility of missing out on an opportunity to lead the city’s evolution is a strong catalyst for change for any government; and, as has been the case for other parking agencies, inaction risks involvement of external players which can be a detriment. Milwaukee opted to become one of those leaders by evaluating ways to leverage new technology to meet the City’s parking and transportation goals and objectives. Get this resource to learn more!

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CASE STUDY

Sacramento

Learn more how featured guest Rachel Barra, Management Analyst for the City of Tacoma Parking Services achieved going digital with their permit program using gtechna’s permitting solution, and the future steps the cities permit program will make. Rachel will also share Tacoma’s journey developing the capacity to conduct internal occupancy studies and how, even with budget shortfalls the city is still able to monitor the current state of the parking system without relying on external consultants.

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CASE STUDY

Pittsburgh

Once known for steel mills and billowing smokestacks, Pittsburgh has taken a step back to re-evaluate where it wants to land in the history books, and it’s come out on the side of innovation and a focus on the future. Part of this innovation is found in Pittsburgh’s desire to maximize the curb space they have while doing their best to ensure a positive customer experience. Get this resource to learn more!

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WhitepapeR

gtechna + Sourcewell

When it comes to procuring vendors and services for your municipality’s projects, Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are standard practice, and to a degree, for good reason. Get this resource to learn more!

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WEBINAR

Ticket by Mail

Learn how featured guest, Terry McGean, City Engineer of the Town of Ocean City achieved the best of both worlds: a solution that was customer-friendly, reduced costs and increased parking revenues.

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WEBINAR

Intelligent Enforcement

Learn how featured guest speakers from the City of Milwaukee Tom Woznick, Parking Services Manager, and Richard Dollhopf, Parking Enforcement Manager have used technology to support Milwaukee’s overall complete streets vision--It starts with pay by plate but it doesn’t end there!

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WEBINAR

Ensuring Your Laws Support Ticket By Mail

In this Webinar, John Fournier, seasoned Parking Consultant and currently, Assistant City Administrator at the City of Ann Arbor, shares his extensive experience navigating the complexities of city policy to lead several successful projects including the implementation of ticket mail at the City of Pittsburgh. John has formerly been Director of On-street and Metered Parking at the City of Pittsburgh and Deputy Chief of the Staff to the Mayor’s Office, City of Pittsburgh.

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WEBINAR

Parking in a Pandemic: Using the Power of Online Services to Improve Your Enforcement Program

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WEBINAR

Webinar Vision Zero: How Washington D.C. Achieved its Bike Lane Safety Goals with Ticket By Mail & Camera Technology

In this webinar, Johnny Gaither, Deputy Administrator, at the Parking Enforcement and Management Administration for The City of Washington, D.C., will join Sergio Mastronardi, CTO & Co-Founder at gtechna in discussing how the implementation of bike lane enforcement using License Plate Recognition (LPR) and Ticket by Mail has increased compliance and road safety in the Washington D.C. area. Also, learn how leveraging these technologies helped the District better target scofflaw repeat offenders in order to create safer streets for all with no more confrontation between officers and drivers during this process.

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WEBINAR

A Tale of Parking Automation at Cultus Lake: Bringing Self-Serve and Digital Technology to a Booming Tourist Town

During this webinar featured guest Joe Lamb, Chief Administrative Officer at Cultus Lake, a Provincial Park governed by the Park Act of 1932. This wholly independent entity with no government funding is a community, and tourist destination that is nestled in the mountains of British Columbia. Cultus Lake Park joins gtechna in discussing its technology journey. Initially starting out with a singular need to manage code and bylaw regulation more effectively with a digital system, Cultus Lake Park also saw an opportunity to rethink its approach to managing its parking infrastructure. The discovery process took Cultus Lake Park on a path to innovation. The community now boasts some of the industry's most leading-edge solutions including a fully digital residential permit system, pay-by-plate off-street lots, and an online payments portal. Automation has brought convenience to residents, tourists, and staff while bringing more revenue to coffers in support of its self-sustaining tourism industry.

Learn more about Cultus Lake Park’s evolution.

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WEBINAR

IPMI Learning Lab: The Galveston Blueprint: Optimizing Officer Efficiency and Security with Ticket by Mail

Learn more about Galveston's vision for automation and how they are bringing ticket-by-mail into the fold as a part of their enforcement portfolio.

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WEBINAR

IPMI Learning Lab: Behind Every Smart City is Smart Tech-Using Intelligent Error Correction to Deliver a Frictionless Parker Experience

Learn more from our featured guest, Executive Director David Onorato, as he shares his experience leading North America’s pioneering smart city when it comes to all things parking.

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brochure

Digital Permits – Brochure

We at gtechna developed Digital Permits: an intuitive yet comprehensive platform to handle all permitting needs for cities and constituents alike. It’s a convenient, efficient, and cost-effective solution to today’s parking problem.

Get this Resource
cASE STUDY

Banff Case Study

Learn more how featured guest Rachel Barra, Management Analyst for the City of Tacoma Parking Services achieved going digital with their permit program using gtechna’s permitting solution, and the future steps the cities permit program will make. Rachel will also share Tacoma’s journey developing the capacity to conduct internal occupancy studies and how, even with budget shortfalls the city is still able to monitor the current state of the parking system without relying on external consultants.

Get this Resource
Case study

Deerfield Beach

The parking enforcement of Deerfield Beach, Florida had the wonderful problem of needing to accommodate growth in their town. With that growth was the increased need for easier and more efficient parking – both on the water and on the land. To stay ahead of the curve, they decided to investigate the latest technology in parking with gtechna and see how they could use it to benefit their town and make parking an easy process for their patrons and staff.

Get this Resource
case study

Gavelston

As more services migrate online, it makes sense for agencies like Galveston to offer solutions best suited to a modern lifestyle. Increasingly, citizens have come to expect a level of automation that makes day-to-day activities mobile-ready such as paying a toll on a commute to work, managing subscriptions, finances or making retail purchases. It is no longer necessary to be tied to a physical location or have a human interaction as it once was in order to get things done

Get this Resource
case study

Norwalk

Norwalk, a municipality located in the southern Fairfield County, along the Gold Coast region of Connecticut has a population of 88,438 residents. The city manages parking through a parking authority that is structured as an enterprise fund, self-sufficient, operating with no taxpayer money, all through revenues collected through parking fees, leases and other parking authority related fees.

Get this Resource
CASE STUDY

Washington DC

Washington, D.C., is the nation’s capital, a hub of politics, progress, and, coincidentally, parking. With so much happening around residents, commuters, and visitors, the city’s streets have become a mecca of activity. With all this activity, the District of Columbia was experiencing too many traffic fatalities and serious injuries, especially when it came to dedicated bike lanes.

Get this Resource
CASE STUDY

Milwaukee

In order to stay relevant and bring in world-class talent to live and work downtown, City of Milwaukee Parking Services knew they needed to be leaders, moving quickly to facilitate this transformation. The possibility of missing out on an opportunity to lead the city’s evolution is a strong catalyst for change for any government; and, as has been the case for other parking agencies, inaction risks involvement of external players which can be a detriment. Milwaukee opted to become one of those leaders by evaluating ways to leverage new technology to meet the City’s parking and transportation goals and objectives.

Get this Resource
CASE STUDY

Sacramento

Learn more how featured guest Rachel Barra, Management Analyst for the City of Tacoma Parking Services achieved going digital with their permit program using gtechna’s permitting solution, and the future steps the cities permit program will make. Rachel will also share Tacoma’s journey developing the capacity to conduct internal occupancy studies and how, even with budget shortfalls the city is still able to monitor the current state of the parking system without relying on external consultants.

Get this Resource
CASE STUDY

Pittsburgh

Once known for steel mills and billowing smokestacks, Pittsburgh has taken a step back to re-evaluate where it wants to land in the history books, and it’s come out on the side of innovation and a focus on the future. Part of this innovation is found in Pittsburgh’s desire to maximize the curb space they have while doing their best to ensure a positive customer experience.

Get this Resource
whitepaper

PCI Compliance

In this paper, we aim to demystify PCI compliance in parking: What is it? Why is it important? And, of course, what can you do to streamline your organization’s compliance?

Get this Resource
WHITEPAPER

Pay Per Ticket eCitations

e Citations have been around for the better part of two decades however adoption rates are only now gaining momentum within the last 10 years. This White Paper explores some of the barriers to e-Citations and how to surmount them. Further, a review of alternatives to traditional technology adoption models seeks to open dialogue on less conventional collaborations that may prove beneficial to multiple government agencies.

Get this Resource
WhitepapeR

gtechna + Sourcewell

When it comes to procuring vendors and services for yourmunicipality’s projects, Requests for Proposals (RFPs) arestandard practice, and to a degree, for good reason.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

Parking Best Practices In The ‘New Normal’: A Deeper Look Into Occupancy and the Evolution of Digital Permits

Learn more how featured guest Rachel Barra, Management Analyst for the City of Tacoma Parking Services achieved going digital with their permit program using gtechna’s permitting solution, and the future steps the cities permit program will make. Rachel will also share Tacoma’s journey developing the capacity to conduct internal occupancy studies and how, even with budget shortfalls the city is still able to monitor the current state of the parking system without relying on external consultants.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

Ticket by Mail

Learn how featured guest, Terry McGean, City Engineer of the Town of Ocean City achieved the best of both worlds: a solution that was customer-friendly, reduced costs and increased parking revenues.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

Intelligent Enforcement

Learn how featured guest speakers from the City of Milwaukee Tom Woznick, Parking Services Manager, and Richard Dollhopf, Parking Enforcement Manager have used technology to support Milwaukee’s overall complete streets vision--It starts with pay by plate but it doesn’t end there!

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

Ensuring Your Laws Support Ticket By Mail

In this Webinar, John Fournier, seasoned Parking Consultant and currently, Assistant City Administrator at the City of Ann Arbor, shares his extensive experience navigating the complexities of city policy to lead several successful projects including the implementation of ticket mail at the City of Pittsburgh. John has formerly been Director of On-street and Metered Parking at the City of Pittsburgh and Deputy Chief of the Staff to the Mayor’s Office, City of Pittsburgh.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

Parking in a Pandemic: Using the Power of Online Services to Improve Your Enforcement Program

Coming Soon

Coming Soon
WEBINAR

Webinar Vision Zero: How Washington D.C. Achieved its Bike Lane Safety Goals with Ticket By Mail & Camera Technology

In this webinar, Johnny Gaither, Deputy Administrator, at the Parking Enforcement and Management Administration for The City of Washington, D.C., will join Sergio Mastronardi, CTO & Co-Founder at gtechna in discussing how the implementation of bike lane enforcement using License Plate Recognition (LPR) and Ticket by Mail has increased compliance and road safety in the Washington D.C. area. Also, learn how leveraging these technologies helped the District better target scofflaw repeat offenders in order to create safer streets for all with no more confrontation between officers and drivers during this process.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

A Tale of Parking Automation at Cultus Lake: Bringing Self-Serve and Digital Technology to a Booming Tourist Town

During this webinar featured guest Joe Lamb, Chief Administrative Officer at Cultus Lake, a Provincial Park governed by the Park Act of 1932. This wholly independent entity with no government funding is a community, and tourist destination that is nestled in the mountains of British Columbia. Cultus Lake Park joins gtechna in discussing its technology journey. Initially starting out with a singular need to manage code and bylaw regulation more effectively with a digital system, Cultus Lake Park also saw an opportunity to rethink its approach to managing its parking infrastructure. The discovery process took Cultus Lake Park on a path to innovation. The community now boasts some of the industry's most leading-edge solutions including a fully digital residential permit system, pay-by-plate off-street lots, and an online payments portal. Automation has brought convenience to residents, tourists, and staff while bringing more revenue to coffers in support of its self-sustaining tourism industry.

Learn more about Cultus Lake Park’s evolution.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

IPMI Learning Lab: The Galveston Blueprint: Optimizing Officer Efficiency and Security with Ticket by Mail

Learn more about Galveston's vision for automation and how they are bringing ticket-by-mail into the fold as a part of their enforcement portfolio.

Get this Resource
WEBINAR

IPMI Learning Lab: Behind Every Smart City is Smart Tech-Using Intelligent Error Correction to Deliver a Frictionless Parker Experience

Learn more from our featured guest, Executive Director David Onorato, as he shares his experience leading North America’s pioneering smart city when it comes to all things parking.

Get this Resource
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