There’s no question Detroit was struggling just a few years ago. Auto plants and other businesses closed, the housing market plummeted, and the future looked bleak. But today, the city is enjoying a renaissance that’s earned it a new nickname: Comeback City. And parking—and city parking director Keith Hutchings—are playing a big role.
Navigating the New Normal
COVID-19 has changed almost everything we know, including how we get from place to place. Michael Drow, CAPP, explainswhat it might mean beyond the short-term and how potentially permanent changes to parking and mobility could help everyone thrive.
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.