Milledgeville - Case Study
Milledgeville citizens enjoy safe and secure roads, thanks to the Milledgeville Police Department’s continual commitment to quality police service. The department is one of only 76 agencies that have earned state certification by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. The MPD consists of 63 employees, 42 of which are sworn police officers. Get the resource to learn more!
Metrolinx - Case Study
Since purchasing GoTransit in 2006, Metrolinx has invested significantly in the expansion of its transit system which serves the Metro and Greater Toronto area, providing transportation services to more than 7 million residents across 11,000 square kilometers - Canada’s largest and among North America’s most rapidly growing. Get the resource to learn more!
Westmount - Case Study
In recent years, Westmount noticed that the limited parking spots available, as well as construction in the area, were deterring potential customers from shopping in the area. The City decided to take the challenge head-on by implementing the first on-street pay-by-plate parking management system in Canada. Get the resource to learn more!
Cultus Lake - Case Study
Once a quiet, well-kept secret in the Fraser Valley, Cultus Lake Park, British Columbia, has grown into a booming tourist destination and close proximity to Vancouver (~100km). Cultus Lake features 480+ residential leaseholders, 21 commercial properties, a 600-unit campsite, and over 1,000 parking spots across three lots, many of which see daily use. Get this resource to learn more!
Sacramento - Case Study
As the value of the curb continues to rise, so does the list of micro-mobility operators deploying e-bike and e-scooter transportation services. This additional activity adds another layer of complexity to balancing mobility options in increasingly crowded public thoroughfares. Cities like Sacramento are seeking solutions to manage the curb as an asset while influencing the behavior of operators and their end-users, requiring unprecedented levels of private and public integration for successful deployments. Download the resource to learn more!
Pittsburgh - Case Study
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.
Milwaukee - Case Study
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.
Washington DC - Case Study
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.
Norwalk - Case Study
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.
Gavelston - Case Study
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
Deerfield Beach - Case Study
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.
Town of 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.