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  • Trucking parking bay sensors Countering truckers' parking conundrumColin Sowman hears about a new truck parking information system being piloted across eight states. Legislation limits truck drivers' hours with the result that they are often caught in a situation...
  • BMW's Smartwatch Smartphone solution for parking performanceAutomated parking offers optimised space utilisation and fewer damage complaints as David Crawford discovers. As cars become smarter, technology designed to make parking them more straightforward is...
  • Urban planners ban benefit looking for space Smart parking technologies: solving drivers parking painSmarter parking can benefit city authorities and other road users as well as drivers looking for a space, argues Dr Graham Cookson. As witnessed by the recent announcements at the Consumer...
  • ITS Nafta Parking enforcement in Amsterdam Amsterdam reaps the reward of digitised parkingAmsterdam had taken the final step in digitising parking and parking enforcement and the move is paying dividends. It was almost a decade ago that the City of Amsterdam decided to start the evolution...
  • RFID Tag and in road sensor Westminster detects disabled parking bay abuseWestminster trials scheme to detect non-qualifying motorists using disabled parking bays. The provision of disabled parking bays has become commonplace - but so has the abuse of these bays by...
  • Parking provision versus automobile use Table Parking provision dictates commuters' modal choiceResearchers from two American Universities have found the provision of parking spaces can encourage automobile use and increase traffic congestion. It is well understood that increased automobile use...
  •  IPS Group's new meter with a dome-mounted occupancy sensor avatar Creative finance enables parking progress in LADavid Crawford investigates an innovative public/private partnership. Los Angeles entered the second decade of the 21st century facing major challenges to its parking operations. With a population of...
  •  ITS Smart Cities Q-free avatar ITS sector must use less confusing industry terms says Q-FreeFor ITS to gain the recognition it deserves, Q-Free's Knut Evensen argues that the sector must have a coherent message and avoid confusing the wider community with a bewildering array of terms and...
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