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Parking Permit Overselling โ€“ Striking the Right Balance

Parking permit overselling is a common practice in the industry. While it may not be popular among the general public, it is fundamentally required for efficient use of parking spaces.  Generating the most revenue from each parking space can translate into keeping prices lower for all permit holders. There is a fine balance between maximizing…

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Clery Act compliance using technology as a valuable ally

The Clery Act has particular requirements about what reporting is required and how crimes are categorized.  In April of this year, the US Department of Education adjusted their civil monetary penalties (CMPs) for any penalties assessed after April 20, 2017, and whose associated violations occurred after November 2, 2015.  The changes are meant to โ€œprovide the 2017…

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A lot to plan planning your lots. Lot and parking allocation planning.

Perhaps youโ€™re embarking on a full-scale parking master plan, or continually revising your plan year-to-year to accommodate changes and improvements. Understanding how to manage your lots and parking allocation planning is fundamental to the process. A good parking plan is well rounded, and allows for both future planning and revenue growth.  At the same time,…

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Parking garage allocation an important management decision for condos

Parking garage allocations for condos Depending on location and size, a condo parking garage can โ€œbring a lot of coin into a building annuallyโ€ to quote an article in The Cooperator New York recently.  The article talks about the choices to make around managing parking garage allocation and facilities for co-op and condo buildings in larger centers. …

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ParkAdmin re-branded to OperationsCommander

The software application formerly known as ParkAdmin has been re-branded to OperationsCommander. As a result, the re-branding means ParkAdmin itself becomes a module of the more extensive system. During its life, ParkAdmin grew into something much more substantial than just a parking application. Due to now using this tool for the management of Violations, Lockers,…