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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 ...

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

    • ITS AMERICA Smart Parking SymposiumDeputy Commissioner Bruce SchallerDecember 10, 2012Parking, Technology andCurb ManagementCreating Value out of Emerging Technologies
    • MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensive
    • MOTORISTS: PARKING• Close to destination• Easy to find a space• Easy to pay• Not expensiveDEMANDS ON THE PARKING/CURB SPACE
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • GOALS OF CURBMANAGEMENT• Safety• Accessibility• Mobility• Quality of Life
    • Metered Parking(general public)
    • Paid Commercial Parking
    • Community Workshopsand Buy-In
    • Community Workshopsand Buy-In
    • Parking in New York City
    • Source: IDTPGrosvenor Square, London
    • Muni-meters
    • Paid Commercial ParkingManaging the Central Business District
    • Prioritizing the CurbChurch Ave (Brooklyn) Delivery Windows
    • Prioritizing the CurbFirst Avenue Select Bus Service
    • ParkingManagementToolboxSmartMetersInnovativePaymentSystemsOff-StreetGaragesVehicleOccupancySensorsCustomerInformationParkingGuidance DynamicMessagingCentralManagementSystemDirectedEnforcementSignageCollectionsWhat Cities are doing today…
    • ParkingManagementToolboxSmartMetersInnovativePaymentSystemsOff-StreetGaragesVehicleOccupancySensorsCustomerInformationParkingGuidance DynamicMessagingCentralManagementSystemDirectedEnforcementSignageCollectionsWhat Cities are doing today…
    • Smart MetersPay and Display / Pay and Retain
    • Smart MetersSingle Space Meters
    • Innovative Payment SystemsPay by Phone and other Payment Technologies
    • Vehicle DetectionSFpark
    • Vehicle DetectionBronx Pilot
    • Vehicle DetectionBronx Pilot
    • Parking Availability AppsSFpark
    • Parking PricingSFpark and Expresspark LA Models
    • Parking PricingPARK Smart : NYCDOT Demand Pricing Program
    • Data Management and AnalyticsSFpark Example
    • Analytic Driven SystemsLADOT Express Park
    • Analytic Driven SystemsLADOT Express Park – Occupancy Patterns
    • • 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?
    • • 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?
    • 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