Jun 1, 2021
Almost a year ago we published our first guide for cities looking to develop loading zone fee policies. It remains one of our most popular...
VP, Policy & Partnerships
Mar 31, 2021
In November 2020, the City of Aspen and Coord launched a Smart Zone pilot program to better manage the commercial loading in the city’s downtown and...
Mar 29, 2021
We’ve had great conversations with fleet and delivery drivers, and their managers, over the past six months in Omaha, Aspen, Nashville and West Palm...
Sep 16, 2019
Nir Fulman, Itzhak Benenson Department of Geography and Human Environment Porter
Nir Fulman & Itzhak Benenson
Sep 5, 2019
In the last post of our Curbside Management series, we explored how municipal governments
May 8, 2019
For our second installment in our Curbside management blog series we are discussing: Why cities should care about having curb data. There are a...
Apr 24, 2019
When you think of the curb, what comes to mind first? Maybe it’s the bump you feel when you’re
Apr 10, 2019
When it comes to designing safer, less congested and more livable streets, there are two experiences I wish I could share with any transportation...
Mar 27, 2019
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...
Feb 27, 2019
Parking Planners aim to provide information to make data-driven decisions and policy. They want to remove emotion from decisions which have impacts...
Jan 16, 2019
Provo, Utah, had a parking problem — or so drivers in the downtown area thought. As the city recently wrote on its Facebook page, “a 2015 study of...
Dec 12, 2018
Why curb regulations get complicated, and what cities can do about it Most traffic signs convey a single message with a symbol or a short phrase....
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