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Kenny Durell
Kenny Durell
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Kenny is a product specialist at Coord. In a prior work life, Kenny was the first hire at MightyHive, an advertising consulting firm, helping build out the account management team and the company’s first bid optimization products. When not at work, Kenny enjoys discovering new bands, running in new cities and learning new languages.

Coord v. ArcGIS - Curb Data Collection and Regulation Translation

We’ve built Coord to make curb inventorying, optimization and management as seamless as possible, all while maintaining data quality. We’ve run head to head tests in the past to determine how our tools stacked up to other potential solutions being used...

Release Notes: Virtual Zones, Residential Parking Permit Support, & Coverage

Release Notes is our monthly update that highlights recent product improvements we’ve

Kenny's Curb Diaries: Orlando, NPA's Convention & Expo

Last week, a Coord contingent migrated south with the snowbirds and Disney-obsessed to attend the National Parking Association Convention and Expo in Orlando, Florida. It was three days chock

Adding loading zones without overly affecting a neighborhood's parking supply

Planners in cities all over the world are juggling the dilemma of adjusting parking. Adding, removing

The Digital Curb can curb parking infractions: Curb Management Pt 3

In the last post of our Curbside Management series, we explored how municipal governments

Kenny's Curb Diaries: IPMI 2019

Last month, Coord’s CEO Stephen Smyth and I traveled to sunny Anaheim, California for the International Parking and Mobility Institute (IPMI)’s annual conference. In the vein of my previous diary entries, I thought I’d recap some of what we

Kenny's Curb Diaries: Austin, TX

It’s been a busy few months at Coord! As part of our initiative to build out our Open Curbs database as well as augment our Curbs API with curb data from additional cities, I’ve been running point on setting up curb surveys across the U.S. As any

Kenny's Curb Diaries: San Diego

It’s been a busy few months at Coord! As part of our initiative to build out our Open Curbs database as well as augment our Curbs API with curb data from additional cities, I’ve been running point on setting up curb surveys across the U.S. As any

Parking Placards: knowing their place

Here in New York, the city gives out around 124,000 parking placards to city employees—and that doesn’t include the unknown total used by state and federal employees. It’s a highly criticized

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