Minneapolis Mobility Hubs Become Community Anchors
Since their inception in 2019, 25 pilot mobility hubs in Minneapolis have become community anchors, with 64 percent of surveyed users saying improvements there make them more likely to use different transportation options. The hubs bring together different modes in areas in need of them that also meet safety and climate goals. So far, they’re a big hit.
Paris Halves On-street Parking
In an effort to green the city and make it more pedestrian-friendly, Paris announced plans to cut its on-street parking capacity in half, removing 70,000 spaces. Priority for remaining spaces will go to businesses and residents, and no spaces for the disabled will be removed. Options for their replacement include parklets, playgrounds, bike parking areas, and other ideas.
Advancements in digital technology have changed motorists’ expectations for parking and cities’ needs for data, automation and efficiency in parking management. In addition, congestion and competition for curb space is fiercer than ever. Can your parking technology keep up?
Download the guide, Modernizing Parking Systems to Outpace Change, to learn how to prepare your parking operation to meet the demands of today and accommodate the changes of tomorrow.