G01 - From Today's Parking to Tomorrow's Sustainable Mobility

Friday, November 10 from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM | 210C « Back

Abstract Text:

A revolution in technologies in both the parking and transportation industries offers us the opportunity to steer and accelerate the adoption of sustainable mobility. Over the next twenty years, investors, tenants, regulators, and consumers will drive parking asset owners and managers to embrace the hardware and software necessary to achieve high-performance parking facilities that reduce energy consumption, CO2 emissions, rainwater runoff, VMT and operating costs; maximize utilization of parking real estate; expand individual mobility choices; and enhance the asset’s contribution to the community. Emerging tools grant us access to increasingly granular data about how people arrive at and depart from their destination. Though this data currently is fragmented and siloed, increasingly it will help us track progress toward our mobility goal of creating more mobility for more people using less resources. By focusing on the ways in which we program, manage, and build parking structures, GBCI’s Parksmart certification functions as a design and operation standard ensuring that parking structures grow more sustainable over time. Presenters will share their experience as owners, consultants, and advocates about how Parksmart inspires parking owners, operators, designers, and solutions providers to remove barriers and exploit transformational opportunities in the parking and transportation markets.

Learning Objectives:

Recognize that parking structures we build and/or operate today will either impede or accelerate growth of sustainable mobility.

Evaluate Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for triple bottom line parking performance

Articulate how Parksmart functions as an evolving design and operation standard ensuring that parking structures grow more sustainable over time.

Inspire parking owners, operators, designers, and solutions providers to remove barriers and exploit transformational opportunities in the parking and transportation markets.

Learning Level:

Level 200 – Understanding/Comprehension


Credits:

GBCI Credit Hours:
1
AIA Credit Hours:
1 LU|HSW


Event Type: Education Sessions > Session


 
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