Parking, Technology and Curb Management Creating Value out of Emerging Technologies

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A presentation by New York City Deputy Commissioner Bruce Schaller at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America Smart Parking Symposium, December 10, 2012. More at http://www.itsa.org/events/smartparkingsymposium/smartparkingsymposium

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Parking, Technology and Curb Management Creating Value out of Emerging Technologies

  1. 1. ITS AMERICA Smart Parking SymposiumDeputy Commissioner Bruce SchallerDecember 10, 2012Parking, Technology andCurb ManagementCreating Value out of Emerging Technologies
  2. 2. MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensive
  3. 3. MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensiveDEMANDS ON THE PARKING/CURB SPACE
  4. 4. MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensiveDEMANDS ON THE PARKING/CURB SPACEACCESSIBILITY• Retail• Restaurants• Medical/professional• Hotel• Schools• Religious• Government• etc.
  5. 5. MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensiveDEMANDS ON THE PARKING/CURB SPACEMOBILITY• Traffic operations• Bus lanes• Bike lanes• Deliveries• Pedestrian safety• Bike parkingACCESSIBILITY• Retail• Restaurants• Medical/professional• Hotel• Schools• Religious• Government• etc.
  6. 6. GOALS OF CURBMANAGEMENT• Safety• Accessibility• Mobility• Quality of Life
  7. 7. Metered Parking(general public)
  8. 8. Paid Commercial Parking
  9. 9. Community Workshopsand Buy-In
  10. 10. Community Workshopsand Buy-In
  11. 11. Parking in New York City
  12. 12. Source: IDTPGrosvenor Square, London
  13. 13. Muni-meters
  14. 14. Paid Commercial ParkingManaging the Central Business District
  15. 15. Prioritizing the CurbChurch Ave (Brooklyn) Delivery Windows
  16. 16. Prioritizing the CurbFirst Avenue Select Bus Service
  17. 17. ParkingManagementToolboxSmartMetersInnovativePaymentSystemsOff-StreetGaragesVehicleOccupancySensorsCustomerInformationParkingGuidance DynamicMessagingCentralManagementSystemDirectedEnforcementSignageCollectionsWhat Cities are doing today…
  18. 18. ParkingManagementToolboxSmartMetersInnovativePaymentSystemsOff-StreetGaragesVehicleOccupancySensorsCustomerInformationParkingGuidance DynamicMessagingCentralManagementSystemDirectedEnforcementSignageCollectionsWhat Cities are doing today…
  19. 19. Smart MetersPay and Display / Pay and Retain
  20. 20. Smart MetersSingle Space Meters
  21. 21. Innovative Payment SystemsPay by Phone and other Payment Technologies
  22. 22. Vehicle DetectionSFpark
  23. 23. Vehicle DetectionBronx Pilot
  24. 24. Vehicle DetectionBronx Pilot
  25. 25. Parking Availability AppsSFpark
  26. 26. Parking PricingSFpark and Expresspark LA Models
  27. 27. Parking PricingPARK Smart : NYCDOT Demand Pricing Program
  28. 28. Data Management and AnalyticsSFpark Example
  29. 29. Analytic Driven SystemsLADOT Express Park
  30. 30. Analytic Driven SystemsLADOT Express Park – Occupancy Patterns
  31. 31. • For NYDOT:• Complete “Munification”• Implement operational cost savings• Expand metered areas where appropriate to land uses• Pay-by-cell implementation starting with pilot• Develop cost-effective space availability systems• Continue pricing pilots• Comprehensive parking programs meeting neighborhoodneeds and opportunitiesWhat’s Next?
  32. 32. • Key issues for cities• What curb management policies provide the greatestvalue and best achieve goals of economic vitality,mobility and quality of life?• How best to build a complete parking system?• Technologies• Pricing• Analytics• Operational efficiencies• User response to information, pricing and paymentinnovationsWhat’s Next?
  33. 33. Creating Value out of Technology• Parking is becoming a process whereby drivers:• Make decisions about when and where they are driving• How they look for a space• Hoe they pay for a space• Any other conveniences that come along with that process• Parking is becoming a process whereby cities:• Cities are finding operational and programmaticimprovements through the use of technology• Are gaining the analytical tools and methods to improve theoperation and efficiency of a limited supply of parking• Are using the curb to achieve much broader transportationgoals to reduce congestion and promote high-performancemodes of transportation

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