In Case You Missed It

Mobility Hubs: Development, Use, and Purpose Dennis Burns, CAPP (Phoenix) and Leslie Tabor (Phoenix) examine the rise of mobility hubs in the latest issue of IPMI’s Parking & Mobility magazine. Read the article! Parker-X Podcast The newest ParkerX podcast with … Read More

Kimley-Horn at FPTA

Earlier this month, Kimley-Horn’s Mark Santos, P.E. (Fort Lauderdale), David Taxman, P.E. (Fort Lauderdale), Brett Wood, P.E., CAPP (Charlotte) presented at the 40th Annual Florida Parking and Transportation (FPTA) 2019 Conference in Clearwater Beach, FL. As the 2019 FPTA President, … Read More


Mallory Scates, P.E. (San Antonio) and Leslie Tabor (Phoenix) Earn IPMI APO Site Reviewer Certification! The International Parking and Mobility Institute (IPMI) Accredited Parking Organization (APO) Program serves as the quality standard for parking management organizations conduct business and maintain … Read More

So, You Want to Go Gateless—4 Questions to Consider

Just as it sounds, a gateless system omits or removes gates from a traditional parking garage and uses license plate readers (LPR) or sensor technologies to allow facility access without obstructing the user’s experience, making it as “frictionless” as possible. … Read More

Economizing Both Sides of the Curb—Part 1

The curb has always been used as transactional space for municipalities. Long before the invention of the parking meter, curb space was used to house street vendors, performance art, and information exchange. With this dynamic use of the curb, it’s … Read More

Kimley-Horn and ASU Host University TDM Summit

In early November 2019, Kimley-Horn’s Brett Wood, P.E., CAPP (Charlotte) and Kevin White, AICP (Minneapolis) conducted the Arizona State University (ASU) Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Summit. The event assembled university parking and transportation leaders from across the country, including ASU, … Read More