IPI Webinar: Parking Enforcement for Frontline! — December 14, 2016 at 2 p.m. EST

In this class we will look at the reason for enforcement in the scheme of parking management. We will explore the ethics of enforcement and the role of the Parking Enforcement Professional. Objectives: Discuss and understand the role of enforcement in successful parking management. Discuss the ethical considerations of enforcement
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A Place to Lay Your Head in New Orleans

By Michelle W. Jones, CMP Many of you will remember that the IPI Conference & Expo held earlier this year in Nashville oversold its sleeping room block until the hotel was completely sold out. While it’s great to fill our contracted sleeping room block, we don’t want our attendees having
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More From Our Experts

IPI’s panel of experts answer a question in every issue of The Parking Professional. Here’s a recent question and some great answers—check out more here. We hear a lot about shared parking, especially in urban areas. How is it actually working? Leonard T. Bier, CAPP, JD Principal Bier Associates Shared
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Parking Goes to the Horses

By Faith Altman The Lancaster County Amish are the oldest and largest Amish settlement in the U.S. The Old Order Amish generally live in the southern end of Lancaster County. When traveling through this area, you seem to step back in time and enjoy a much slower pace—the horse and
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