The city of Auburn is moving ahead with updates to the Lincoln Street parking garage. After completion, the garage will fully automated. When you pull into the garage you will get a ticket out of the machine with a time stamp of arrival time. Upon exit you will have the option to pay with cash […]
Parking can be a hassle; parking meters can be an even bigger one. No one likes playing guessing games when it comes to how much time you need. You don’t want to run out of time and need to run back out to the meter. You also don’t want to waste money on time you […]
Parking availability is certainly a balancing act. Ample parking is no good. Not enough parking means businesses are booming, the local area is thriving and the market is hot. Unfortunately, we don’t all think with a business cap on. If parking is too hard to come by people get frustrated. They will lose interest in […]
Parking can be a touchy subject these days, especially if you live in a city lacking it. Virginia Beach finds themselves in a predicament over a proposal for a new parking garage. “A massive parking garage has been proposed for close to the Oceanfront, but some City Council members are concerned about how it will be paid for and said the […]
Free parking isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Did you know paid parking has many benefits that people often overlook? Paid parking can help with many “city problems”, for example, traffic, availability of spots and even pollution. Read more about it here.
Antiquated equipment, not enough automation, decreased budgets are just some problems many towns face with parking garages these days. See how this city plans to overcome these obstacles by hiring a parking industry consultant. Read more about it here.
It’s a small world but Disney is going to get a little bigger. See how a nominal price increase is making way for new additions to the theme park. Read more about it here.
March madness? More like parking madness. Game goers were faced with some pretty big parking fees for the big game. Read more about it here.
It’s basic supply and demand; high demand and low supply equals soaring prices. Parking is no exception, and it has become one hot commodity. With parking spaces selling for over a half million dollars it’s no wonder they are attracting real estate investors. Read more about it here.
The age-old question, what would you do with a million dollars? Travel the world, buy a house and a fancy new car, perhaps some new investments? If you live in SoHo, you might only have a parking spot to show for it. Read more about it here.