Digitizing the Curb: How AI and LPR can help improve enforcement efforts
Curbside enforcement has never been easy. While technology has come a long way in streamlining the process to help municipalities handle curbside real estate, there’s a reason it’s so commonly referred to as curbside management—because it takes near-constant management to stay on top of it. Get the resource to learn more!
The Role of Parking in Access and Mobility: A Major Player in Today's Transportation Infrastructure
In December 2015, the Department of Transportation (DOT) launched the Smart City Challenge. They asked mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently. Get the resource the learn more!
Parking in a Pandemic: Using the Power of Online Services to Improve Your Enforcement Program - Whitepaper
While you can’t change the inevitable hoop-jumping of due process for your constituents, you can change their perception of the services you provide simply by making them more convenient, helpful, intuitive, and now more important than ever, safe—and that means going digital. Get the resource to learn more!
Frictionless Parking Enforcement
There is a trend toward cities embracing ‘Frictionless’ technologies that eliminate a lot of the manual processes that can make parking cumbersome for motorists. What does frictionless encompass? It typically includes a roster of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms to manage all aspects of parking from parking locators to mobile payments. In addition, cashless kiosks, digital permits, digital signage as well as parking guidance systems, fit the bill. Get the resource to learn more!
Digital Chalking: A New Option to Old-hat Practices
Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, in a ground-breaking ruling, declared that marking a vehicle’s tires to collect information is a form of trespass requiring a warrant. While chalking is a tried and true method for enforcing parking used successfully for decades, the confluence of technology and policy may soon give rise to alternatives that are more efficient in helping improve parking operations. Get the resource to learn more!
Going digital has changed almost every aspect of life as we know it, both in how it impacts our daily lives and how we do business. Private companies have typically been early adopters of technology. Moving to more automated and efficient solutions to managing cities and municipalities is allowing cities to offer unprecedented levels of services to citizens that help address environmental initiatives, transportation equity, economic stimulation and population growth to name a few all while increasing financial performance. Get the resource to learn more!
Curbside Management & the Evolving Role of Parking Management
Managing the curb as an asset is on the minds of every parking professional and having the right tools to enforce the curb is more important than ever. It means that cities require parking technology firms to be capable of deep integration with multiple services. As cities move toward a ‘smart’ model deep integration is becoming more critical. Get the resource to learn more!
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. Although there are many benefits to the Request for Proposal process, there are clearly just as many, if not more, drawbacks, including expending significant time, money, and resources most municipalities simply can't through which procurement team members can not only easily access all necessary RFP and contract documentation, but also review the vendor overview, references, and links to their external resources. While certainly helpful for projects at hand, it's also incredibly beneficial for researching options the municipality plans to address in the future, instead of having to first define projects and issue RFPs to examine potential solutions. Spare. By adopting the Sourcewell solution for your project's needs, you'll be able to shortcut the process with no loss of potential options and effectively establish an even greater level of transparency and ease.
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?
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.