2018 Annual CPPA Conference & Trade Show

Parking Beyond Parking

November 7th - 9th, 2018
Los Angeles Airport Marriott


Description


Schedule of Events

Wednesday, Nov 07, 2018
8:00 AM -
9:00 AM
Breakfast
Imperial Foyer


9:00 AM -
9:30 AM
Business Meeting
Imperial Ballroom Suites CDEF


9:45 AM -
9:55 AM
Special Guest
Imperial Ballroom Suites CDEF


9:55 AM -
11:00 AM
Keynote Speaker- Juan Matute, Director UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies
Imperial Ballroom Suites CDEF


11:00 AM -
1:30 PM
Exhibit Hall with Lunch
Marquis Ballroom


1:45 PM -
3:00 PM
On the Road to CAPP!
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

This presentation will explain the process of becoming a CAPP. It will review the importance of being a credential holder and the return on investment. This presentation will guide you to find your path! Application and examination are not the only aspects of CAPP, recertification requirements will also be explored. Join the CAPP Board members as they explore CAPP and answer your questions.

1:45 PM -
3:00 PM
Sustainable Parking- Saving the Earth and Its People
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

A comprehensive presentation that will provide parking operational styles and concepts for creating a sustainable and safe environment.

3:15 PM -
4:30 PM
Connecting Commuting Dots: Inter-Mobility Services to Maximize Access, Convenience and Satisfaction
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

We're doing a good job of creating parking facilities that accommodate and support more than just parking. From bicycle facilities to car-share accommodations, today's parking facility is best seen as a hub that connects a quite of modal options. A new movement that complements inter-modality is called inter-mobility where commuters use a single, coordinated and seamless system to stitch together the combination of driving, biking, riding and walking to make their daily trips. In this session we'll discuss inter-mobility, how it differs from inter-modal and explore cutting edge inter-mobility programs and services. If you're ready to take the next step in helping your patrons complete their commute, this session is for you.

3:15 PM -
4:30 PM
Why Manually Collecting Parking Data is Still Important and How To Do It Right
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

As technology grows in our industry, so do the options for collecting parking data in our Cities. Many vendors are now offering technology-driven parking products or services that include the provision of parking data as part of their solution or, in some cases, even offering parking data and analysis as an outright service. As many of these options offer great value and insight to the Cities they work in, there is still a missing component that can help to bring everything together while confirming it all makes sense.

Although manual (in-field) collection certainly isn’t new, it’s benefits remain instrumental in providing Cities a holistic view of parking conditions and can be used to support policy decisions, rate changes, and validation of permanent feeds or transaction data. The ability to distinguish different types of spaces (Disabled, Loading Zones, etc.), visually track vehicle movements through a study area to identify parker types and provide real-time commentary on parking conditions are just a few of the advantages. Although many technology providers can provide some of this within their solutions, it can be difficult to get everything in on organized way that truly helps to make parking related decisions.

While the nature of manual collection has not changed with technology, the way in which this information is collected and delivered has. Manual collection has evolved from paper and pencil collection to the utilization of mobile applications to manage collectors, enter field data, and efficiently transfer data to analytics and GIS based programs. Collection via mobile applications improves reliability and quality through route design, employee management, quality control / assurance, and data review and delivery.

4:30 PM -
6:00 PM
Exhibit Hall
Marquis Ballroom


Thursday, Nov 08, 2018
7:00 AM -
8:00 AM
Yoga
Pool Side


7:30 AM -
9:00 AM
Breakfast
Imperial Foyer


8:00 AM -
9:00 AM
Front Line Roundtable
Atlanta/Boston


8:00 AM -
9:00 AM
Municipal Roundtable
Imperial Ballroom Suite C


8:00 AM -
9:00 AM
University Roundtable
Imperial Ballroom Suite D


9:05 AM -
9:55 AM
Flying Friendly Skies: How Technology is Improving the Passenger Experience
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

Arriving and parking at an airport can be a significant source of stress for travelers, affecting passenger satisfaction before they ever reach the terminal. However cutting-edge technology such as innovative parking guidance systems, adaptable PARCS systems and even integrated mobile apps that provide users with real time, dynamic parking functionality can ease stress and deliver a better experience. Join us as we explore how San Diego International Airport is integrating state of the art parking technology in the new Terminal 2 Parking Plaza to enrich the passenger experience.

9:05 AM -
9:55 AM
How to Build High-Tech Parking to Maximize Land
Atlanta/Boston

California needs innovative solutions to solve its housing crisis and help alleviate the demand for scarce land. One solution that provides more flexibility and lowers the cost of development is building mechanical and automated parking. Mechanical and automated parking allows the same number of parking spaces on a smaller footprint, freeing up land to build more housing and places for people not cars, as well as lowering overall development costs.

With developers increasingly proposing mechanical and automated parking, the City of San Mateo, CA embarked on a mechanical and automated parking study and code update to understand the requirements and policies of cities across the state, challenges and best practices, and to evaluate and develop guidelines.

In our proposed session, Sue-Ellen Atkinson, City of San Mateo Parking Manager will discuss how the current development environment led the City to undertake the study and code update. San Mateo’s consultants in the study, Walker Consultants’ Chrissy Mancini Nichols and Jonathan Wicks will discuss learnings from municipal code reviews and interviews with several California cities and vendors, best practices, and challenges to implementation and operation. The panel will walk through the code process and discuss how learnings are applicable for city officials, vendors, parking managers, and the parking community to create a replicable standard that can be implemented across the state.


9:05 AM -
9:55 AM
The Impacts of a Solar Installation
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

This discussion will focus on the experiences and hurdles that the Transportation Services staff experienced in the installation of a 4.3 megawatt solar system across two asphalt parking lots in a 3 month time span.

10:05 AM -
10:55 AM
Parking Matters More Than Ever: Roadmap for the Future
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

How do you communicate the value of parking expertise in a mobility landscape? With autonomous vehicles on the horizon, dramatic changes in right of way and curb lane management, the proliferation of transportation network companies, an upsurge of new parking technologies and guidance systems, and desire for sustainable facilities (both environmentally and financially), this is arguably one of the most exciting times in our history.

This presentation, developed as part of the International Parking Institute’s Parking Matters® initiative, gives you the language to communicate the value of parking expertise to internal and external groups and features real projects and real solutions gathered from some of the industry's leading program leaders, suppliers, and consultants and addresses: 

o How the world, and our industry, are changing;

o What parking professionals and key industry partners should be paying attention to right now to prepare for an uncertain future; and

o Pragmatic ways that parking, transportation, and mobility professionals can help key partners prepare for an uncertain future

The presentation is designed to drive home the point – and give you the tools to do so, also – that parking matters more than ever!


10:05 AM -
10:55 AM
Parking Staff in Extraordinary Situations- UC Santa Barbara's Recap
Active Shooter,Wildfires and Mudslides
Atlanta/Boston

This session is designed to highlight extraordinary situations that can affect college campuses.

The session will discuss steps that can be taken including pre-planning, table top exercises, documentation, and collaborative partnerships with other departments.

We will recap UC Santa Barbara's role in community tragedies such as the Thomas Fire, Montecito Mudslides, and the Elliot Roger active shooter tragedy.


10:05 AM -
10:55 AM
When Oakland Becomes Like Austin
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

California's historic neighborhoods and downtowns are thriving as places to work, dine, live, and party. But what happens when these places become so popular that people from all corners of the metro area want to come -- and a parking problem develops? As revealed in multiple studies, the act of finding a parking space may become so frustrating that people will continue driving to another neighborhood altogether --- but not before circling city blocks looking for a space, contributing to traffic congestion and increasing the risk for drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists alike. On one hand, there is the temptation to invest in constructing more parking lots and garages. On the other hand, there is pressure to maintain the walkable urban design that makes a neighborhood soappealing in the first place. Either way, nobody wants to see visitors spending more time driving for a parking space than time for walking and spending money in neighborhoods. There are alternatives to this conundrum, but they require investment, coordination, and creativity. My presentation will speak about actual applied parking planning solutions, including: context-sensitive pricing, user-friendly technology, creative wayfinding, and the experimental street. Examples from projects in Oakland, San Jose, and burgeoning arts districts throughout the country will be shared.

11:00 AM -
12:30 PM
Awards Lunch
Meridian Ballroom


12:30 PM -
2:00 PM
Exhibit Hall
Marquis Ballroom


2:45 PM -
3:45 PM
Are Mobile Apps the Bridge to the Future of Mobility?
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

Mobile apps, voice commands, in-car commerce, and other technology are impacting how people experience mobility. They’re changing what it means – and what it feels like – to drive and park. Given this landscape, how do we continue to connect people to our parking facilities? What are the touchpoints where we will need to meet our customers, and how can technology like mobile apps help us get there?

First in this two-part session, Nate will give a complete high-level overview of how mobility has evolved recent years. Then, looking forward, he will provide insight and ideas for next steps from the perspective of a parking operator-turned-mobile parking technology expert for SpotHero, North America’s leading online reservations platform.

2:45 PM -
3:45 PM
Disabled Placard Misuse: Enforcement Success
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

California State University, San Bernardino had an ongoing issue with disabled placard misuse before the enforcement team took on the task to revamp its practices. The campus community was requesting additional ADA parking spaces be constructed, but enforcement staff knew that placard abuse, not inventory, was the problem. With proper training, the enforcement staff took on the task and confiscated over 50 placards within the first 3 months. The team developed an enforcement action plan, strategies for contact with individuals, leveraged technology to communicate possible instances of misuse, and developed print collateral for staff training and community outreach. The University now has fewer instances of placard misuse and more available spaces for those with valid placards and a true need for ADA parking. Learning outcomes resulting from session:

• Attendees will have a toolkit of investigative strategies to identify possible placard misuse.

• Attendees will be able to apply strategies for contact in the field that lead to a successful placard confiscation.

• Attendees will understand key sections of California Vehicle Code related to placard enforcement and the nuances of placard enforcement as opposed to other types of citations.

2:45 PM -
3:45 PM
Implementing Paid Parking: An Interactive City Council Role Play
Atlanta/Boston

When implementing paid parking, the public process often makes or breaks the best laid implementation plan. In this interactive session, attendees will get to role-play a Council Meeting where the City Staff presents a plan to implement paid on-street parking.

As attendees enter the room, they will be randomly assigned a role-play “stakeholder” character (or they could opt out and just observe). The character description/role/opinion will be printed on a mock parking citation. Some attendees would have more significance roles than others.

Walker staff will start the Council Meeting by presenting a proposal to implement paid on-street parking. We’ll provide an overview of the rationale supporting paid parking (i.e. vehicle turnover, reduced traffic congestion, revenue generation). We will be careful to be vendor neutral regarding equipment.

We would then ask the City Council for comments, then invite public comment. Everyone would have the opportunity to opine or ask questions (both the role-players and other attendees) – with limitations similar to typical City Council rules.

The Council Meeting will culminate with a vote on implementing the paid parking plan. The final 15 minutes will be spent de-briefing the role-play and Q&A.

4:00 PM -
5:00 PM
A New Mindset for Parking Enforcement Customer Service
Atlanta/Boston

Parking enforcement is not a necessary evil but rather an essential services in the community. Learn to create a service mindset for enforcement personnel, identify areas to focus mindset changes and explore the value of professionalism in the delivery of parking enforcement as a service while striving to meet the expectations of an effective program.

4:00 PM -
5:00 PM
Parking Guidance and the Journey
Imperial Ballroom Suite D

PARKING GUIDANCE and the JOURNEY is the ninth in a series of parking-specific presentations by IPI's Parking Technology Committee. This year’s presentation explores the various technologies available to communicate parking information to consumers during the different parts of a journey (leaving your house, on the road, and in the facility).
This presentation walks through three user scenarios and describes how various technologies can be used to inform a consumer about pricing, availability, payment, etc. It explores the use of IPI-DataEx data standard to share information and reviews the major sensor technologies currently used to detect facility occupancy. In addition, the presentation weaves in a short update on Payments - EMV, Chip and Pin, and P2PE to provide a quick refresher on current developments in payments that every owner and operator should be aware.

4:00 PM -
5:00 PM
Parking- Its Role in the City Plan
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

The session will lead a discussion of how land use and parking policies are related. We will stress the importance of first determining the broad land use policies and then integrating the parking infrastructure and policies to support the city plan.

6:00 PM -
9:30 PM
The Automobile Driving Museum Dinner
Transportation will be provided from Marriott Hotel from 5:30pm-10:00pm
The Automobile Driving Museum


Friday, Nov 09, 2018
7:30 AM -
8:30 AM
Breakfast
Imperial Foyer


8:00 AM -
9:00 AM
Legislative Review Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites CD



9:15 AM -
12:00 PM
"Managing the Curb" Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites EF

*Intelligent Curbside Management

With the advent of ride-sharing services, major traffic hubs are being faced with new enforcement challenges as public and specialty services curbs are being used for unintended purposes. A major California university campus has chosen to utilize VIMOC’s Rosella™ based Multi-Modal transportation Artificial Intelligence solution to detect and classify buses, cars, bicycles and pedestrians and push this real-time information to the university with the goal of enforcing the most efficient and safe traffic flow.

*Establishing the Rules through the Use of Technology

Curb management becomes more of a challenge as transportation demand management and congestion mitigation needs continue to grow. The curbside has become a valuable asset within each of our communities. Learn how other agencies have adapted their curbside to manage demand. We will discuss the lessons learned, the pitfalls and the considerations for the future in anticipation of increased demand and changing technology.

*Roundtable Discussion

9:15 AM -
12:15 PM
DMV General Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites CD

This session will be a brief overview by DMV representatives on the following topics:

Vehicle Registration Print Out Review

Disabled Placard/License Plate Review

Occupational Licensing and How to Look Up Dealer Plates


Conference Workshops (Purchased Separately)

  • Hearing Officer Training

    Steve Bowman, Attorney at Law Tue, Nov 6 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

    Learn how to conduct Hearings Practice rendering effective decisions applies to anyone involved in making parking citation decisions.


    Attendees of this 8-hour training program will be taken through the citation appeal and hearing process. In-depth discussion covering Hearing Officer procedures and class participation in Hearing scenarios will be included. Attendees will receive a written Hearing Examiner manual.

    Topics Include:
    1. Overview of the Contesting Program
    2. Initial Review Process and Procedure

    3. Setting up the Hearing
    4. Fines and Exceptions
    5. Meeting Agency Requirements
    6. Review of a model Hearing Manual
    7. Application of Applicable Vehicle Code Sections
    8. Completion of 8 hours of training 40215 C.V.C.


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  • Tactical Communication Training 101 and 201

    Cindy Campbell, Sr. Training & Development Specialist International Parking Institute Tue, Nov 6 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

    This is an interactive course designed to help the participant defuse and de-escalate conflict.  The course is intended to provide front-line customer service personnel with tools and options to calmly and effectively address aggressive behaviors and challenging situations encountered at work during the course of performing their duties.

    The second of two seminars designed to assist front-line staff in the delivery of excellent customer service. Attendees learn techniques intended to assist them with communication challenges frequently encountered when dealing with customers. This seminar is intended to assist staff in the delivery of quality customer service while navigating the complexities of difficult customer interactions. Information presented in this course builds on the skills and techniques introduced in Tactical Communication 101.


  • Motivating and Training Your Employees

    Wanda Brown, IPI Tue, Nov 6 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

    To be successful supervisors or managers, we must first understand how effective leadership can positively shape organizational values. In this session, presenter Wanda Brown will provide an overview of how to create a work environment designed to retain good employees and develop others through motivating, training, and coaching programs.  Topics will include a broader understanding of how to harness the talent that different generations in the workplace bring. 


Speakers

Title:Director of Transportation Services
Organization:UC Riverside

Irma Henderson, CAPP is the Director of Transportation Services at UC Riverside.  She received her MBA from Pepperdine University and BA from UC Irvine.  She serves on the IPI CAPP Board of Directors and received her CAPP in 2014. With over 18 years of experience in the industry, Irma serves a campus community of approximately 23,000 students and 7,500 employees by moving the UCR forward with innovative, environmentally sound, and resourceful transportation options for the future grown and education of our community. 

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
On the Road to CAPP!
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Parking Manager
Organization: City of San Mateo

Sue-Ellen is an accomplished transportation planner with more than a decade of experience in the San Francisco Bay Area. In both her professional and educational experiences, she has developed extensive skills in project management, creative problem solving, analysis, research, writing, customer service, and program implementation. She has applied these strengths to projects in the public and private sectors.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
How to Build High-Tech Parking to Maximize Land
Atlanta/Boston
Title:Operations Manager
Organization:IDAX

Joe is currently the Operations Manager of IDAX for the state of California. He graduated from Jacksonville University with a Bachelors Degree in Marketing in 2010 and has spent the previous 3 years in both the Parking and Transportation industry. Prior to him time at IDAX, Joe was an associate consultant for DIXON Resources Unlimited where he was involved in a variety of parking related work.

Session Details
11/07/2018 03:15 PM -
11/07/2018 04:30 PM
Why Manually Collecting Parking Data is Still Important and How To Do It Right
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Principal Consultant
Organization:Dixon Resources Unlimited

With over 28 years of parking and transportation management experience, Julie Dixon has been directly supporting municipalities throughout the United States.  She has extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with the solicitation, development, deployment, operation, and maintenance of solutions ranging from municipal parking programs to automated enforcement systems.  She has been responsible for establishing policies, defining objectives and delivering on initiatives for municipalities of all sizes, working at all levels within the administration, enforcement and adjudication processes. 

Session Details
11/09/2018 09:15 AM -
11/09/2018 12:00 PM
"Managing the Curb" Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites EF
Title:Liaison Officer
Organization:DMV


Session Details
11/09/2018 09:15 AM -
01/01/1901 12:15 PM
DMV General Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites CD
Title:Lead Community Service Specialist
Organization:Cal State San Bernardino

In 2005, Edgar started working for the Police Department of CSUSB as a Records Clerk. During this time he was a student majoring in Criminal Justice. In 2009 Edgar graduated from CSUSB with a BA in Criminal Justice and the following year in 2010 he was hired on as a Parking Officer. Edgar was a Parking Officer for the next 6 years training new hires and students along with his normal day to day operations. Then in 2016 he became a Lead Community Service Specialist and have held this title ever since.

Session Details
11/08/2018 02:45 PM -
11/08/2018 03:45 PM
Disabled Placard Misuse: Enforcement Success
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Senior Management Analyst
Organization:LADOT Parking Meters Division

Peer Ghent has over 50 years of business, government and academic experience. Prior to joining the Parking Meters Division in 2008, Peer was a management consultant doing business as Peer Ghent & Associates for over twenty years. M.B.A., Harvard University. B. Civil Engineering, Cornell University

Session Details
11/08/2018 04:00 PM -
11/08/2018 05:00 PM
Parking- Its Role in the City Plan
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Director of Parking Structures
Organization:Swinerton

Jeff Goodermote, a certified Parksmart Advisor and Associate DBIA, has extensive experience in delivering parking structures for Swinerton Builders’ clients. As the Director of Parking Structures, he is responsible for oversight of the builder’s Self-Perform Concrete and Parking Structure Market. His extensive experience includes delivery of high profile projects such as the John Wayne Airport Parking Structure C and the San Diego Airport Terminal 2 Parking Plaza.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
Flying Friendly Skies: How Technology is Improving the Passenger Experience
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Sr. Transportation Engineer
Organization:LADOT

Areas of Responsibility:

• Lead the division consisting of the Parking Meter Planning and Maintenance Section, and the Parking Meter Support and Technology Section.

• Guide the expansion of the City's intelligent parking management system known as LA Express Park.

• Implement technology based solutions to improve parking.

• Establish or modify parking codes, policies, practices, rates, restrictions and zones.

• Develop and promote relationships, with elected officials, other agencies, the private sector, and other organizations in relation to parking policies, practices and technology pertaining to parking meters and zones.

Education: BSEE UCLA 1989 Professional Traffic Engineer License since 2000

Experience: 28 years with LADOT Program Development, District Office, ATSAC Design, Railroad Crossing Safety, Parking Meters

Session Details
11/08/2018 04:00 PM -
11/08/2018 05:00 PM
Parking- Its Role in the City Plan
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Construction Project Manager
Organization:Sunpower


Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
The Impacts of a Solar Installation
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Lead Community Service Specialist
Organization:Cal State San Bernardino

While attending CSUSB Carlos was hired by Parking and Transportation Services as a Student Assistant Parking Officer in 2011. Carlos graduated from CSUSB in 2012 and left the school and started to work in insurance. In 2013 he was hired as a part time Parking Officer for CSUSB Parking and Transportation Services. In early 2017 he was hired on as a full time Community Service specialist. In mid 2017 Carlos was hired as a Lead Community Service Specialist and have held that title since at CSUSB.

Session Details
11/08/2018 02:45 PM -
11/08/2018 03:45 PM
Disabled Placard Misuse: Enforcement Success
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Operations Coordinator
Organization:University of California Riverside


Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
The Impacts of a Solar Installation
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Organization:TimHaahs

Casey Jones is Vice President for TimHaahs where he works with clients to solve parking and transportation challenges.  He is the corporate subject matter expert for universities, transportation demand management and sustainability and is focused on providing mobility consulting services.  He has over 20 years industry experience where his career took him to Seattle, Portland, and Spokane, and at the University of Colorado and Boise State University.  He’s spent the past ten years providing consulting services to universities, cities and hospitals focusing on improving customer satisfaction, reducing operational costs and improving financial performance.  

Jones is past chairman of the board for the International Parking Institute (IPI), the world’s largest trade association for parking professionals.  He serves on the boards of the Accredited Parking Organization, the California Public Parking Association and the Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association.

He holds a master of public administration degree, a bachelor’s degree in political science and a graduate certificate in sustainability.  He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking and is co-author of two industry publications, Sustainable Parking Design and Management and A Guide to Parking.  He and his wife and two boys live in Boise, Idaho


Session Details
11/07/2018 03:15 PM -
11/07/2018 04:30 PM
Connecting Commuting Dots: Inter-Mobility Services to Maximize Access, Convenience and Satisfaction
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Vice President
Organization:TimHaahs

Casey Jones is Vice President for TimHaahs where he works with clients to solve parking and transportation challenges.  He is the corporate subject matter expert for universities, transportation demand management and sustainability and is focused on providing mobility consulting services.  He has over 20 years industry experience where his career took him to Seattle, Portland, and Spokane, and at the University of Colorado and Boise State University.  He’s spent the past ten years providing consulting services to universities, cities and hospitals focusing on improving customer satisfaction, reducing operational costs and improving financial performance.  

Jones is past chairman of the board for the International Parking Institute (IPI), the world’s largest trade association for parking professionals.  He serves on the boards of the Accredited Parking Organization, the California Public Parking Association and the Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association.

He holds a master of public administration degree, a bachelor’s degree in political science and a graduate certificate in sustainability.  He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking and is co-author of two industry publications, Sustainable Parking Design and Management and A Guide to Parking.  He and his wife and two boys live in Boise, Idaho


Session Details
11/08/2018 10:05 AM -
11/08/2018 10:55 AM
Parking Matters More Than Ever: Roadmap for the Future
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title: CEO
Organization:IDAX

Scott is currently the CEO and a founding member at IDAX, a company that provides data solutions for transportation planning, management, and operations. Scott graduated with a Masters in Civil Engineering from Montana State University in 2005 and spent 9 years working as a transportation consulting engineer in Seattle, WA. As an engineer, he specialized in parking, traffic operations, planning, and ITS before transitioning to a role with IDAX in 2014.

Session Details
11/07/2018 03:15 PM -
11/07/2018 04:30 PM
Why Manually Collecting Parking Data is Still Important and How To Do It Right
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Principal
Organization:VManalo Consulting

Dr. Victor Manalo is a professional social worker, academic, local government leader, and consultant, who is committed to connecting, convening, and cultivating local leadership. He has a Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Southern California and a Master’s in Social Work from California State University, Long Beach. He is a retired Associate Professor from the School of Social Work at California State University, Los Angeles and in 2007, was elected to the Artesia City Council. He is an active member and leader in the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), having served at the national level and in the California Chapter.

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
Sustainable Parking- Saving the Earth and Its People
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Director, Parking Enforcement and Traffic
Organization:SFMTA

Shawn McCormick is the Director of Parking Enforcement and Traffic for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. He has a broad enforcement background includes LADOT and the City of Beverly Hills domestically. Internationally, he spent 5 years in Saudi Arabia implementing a traffic enforcement program in the central region of the country. He has successful managed large and small programs in the public and private sectors.



Session Details
11/08/2018 04:00 PM -
11/08/2018 05:00 PM
A New Mindset for Parking Enforcement Customer Service
Atlanta/Boston
Title:VP Sales, West Region
Organization:Sentry Skidata Group

Chris McKenty joined the company as Vice President of Sales, West Region. Chris is a pioneering evangelist of cloud technologies, having co-founded one of the earliest SaaS businesses that supplied cloud-based parking reservation and yield management solutions to over 80 international airports and car park managers and owners. In his new position, he will promote, grow, and develop Sentry’s product lines throughout the Western United States while supporting the company’s marketing efforts

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
Flying Friendly Skies: How Technology is Improving the Passenger Experience
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Vice President of Municipal Operations
Organization:Lanier Parking Solutions

Isaiah Mouw has worked in the parking industry for eleven (11) years, and has managed nearly every facet of parking management in a municipal setting; on and off-street, as well as possessing a comprehensive background in citation management In his role as Vice President of Municipal Operations, Isaiah supports the Municipal Division that serves the various brands under the Citizens Parking umbrella, including Lanier Parking Solutions and AmeriPark.   

 

An industry Ambassador and frequent public speaker and author, Isaiah serves on the International Parking Institute’s Advisory Council as a member of the Technology Committee, and also serves on the Board of Directors for the IPI CAPP Board.  In 2014, Isaiah was awarded the Chairman’s Award from the International Parking Institute, and in 2015, he was recognized by the National Parking Association as a “40 Under 40” recipient; recognizing the best and brightest young parking professionals in the industry. 

   

Isaiah earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.


Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
On the Road to CAPP!
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Organization:Walker Consultants

An Nguyen brings over 10 years of parking operations, parking technology, valet parking and business development experience and expertise to Walker Consultants. Prior to joining Walker, An was a Senior Account Manager and Sales Engineer for a leading parking technology and software firm. His parking operations and technology experience includes work with several national operators and overseeing significant projects across the country. He is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Session Details
11/08/2018 02:45 PM -
11/08/2018 03:45 PM
Implementing Paid Parking: An Interactive City Council Role Play
Atlanta/Boston
Title:Consultant
Organization:Walker Consultants

Chrissy works with cites to plan, update, and finance transportation and public parking systems that serve the needs of multiple user groups. She has experience partnering with government, business, and community groups to develop strategic parking plans that forward neighborhood goals to reduce congestion. Chrissy also led a financial analysis of the City of Chicago’s Parking Meter program to understand the implications, impacts, and opportunities for the City to create results from the privatization of city-wide on-street meters. Chrissy’s analysis focused on changes to the system to reduce the City’s annual payment to the private concessionaire to save taxpayer dollars. She also analyzed and recommended pricing models that balance supply and demand to make the system more efficient for users.

Chrissy has expertise in land use and mobility policy and finance as well as leads autonomous vehicle and TNC policy. She created and passed a value capture district to fund over $10 billion in transit projects and led a strategy to redevelop Chicago Union Station through a public-private partnership that includes $1 billion in station improvements. She’s now working to structure TNC and AV revenue and data sharing partnerships as well as curb management strategies. Chrissy serves on the CPPA Legislative Committee.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
How to Build High-Tech Parking to Maximize Land
Atlanta/Boston
Title:Senior Project Manager
Organization:Kimley-Horn

Sanjay has 30 years of project management and engineering experience. For the past 20 years, he has focused on parking planning and design. Sanjay has directed numerous consulting projects that include parking technology, parking management, parking supply/demand, parking structure site feasibility studies and parking structure functional design development.

For public agencies throughout the Bay Area and higher education clients in California, he has worked to improve parking management and operations through new technologies and state-of-the-practice solutions. Sanjay has directed numerous parking consulting projects that include parking technology system design and implementation, parking management, parking supply/demand, parking structure site feasibility studies, and parking structure functional design development.

Session Details
11/08/2018 04:00 PM -
11/08/2018 05:00 PM
Parking Guidance and the Journey
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Associate Principal
Organization:Watry Design, Inc.

Michael leads the firm’s Irvine, CA office and champions the firm’s continued growth in Southern California with projects such as the San Diego Airport Terminal 2 Parking Plaza. An active participant in IPI, he is a licensed architect in 4 states and has over 10 years of experience in the design industry. As a certified USGBC Parksmart advisor, he is a champion for green parking best practices.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
Flying Friendly Skies: How Technology is Improving the Passenger Experience
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:General Manager, West Coast
Organization:SpotHero

Nate is a parking and transportation veteran who has held multiple roles in operations, sales, marketing and strategic growth over the past 19 years. Before coming to SpotHero, Nate spent 7 years as the Senior Vice President of Propark and Urban Mobility Now, leveraging his background in tech and operations to design and implement solutions to scale one of the largest parking and transportation companies in the United States. Nate is currently SpotHero's General Manager for the Western Region. In this role, he helps operators understand how to drive revenue through new online channels as well as streamline and digitize their parking operations.

Session Details
11/08/2018 02:45 PM -
11/08/2018 03:45 PM
Are Mobile Apps the Bridge to the Future of Mobility?
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Associate Planner
Organization:Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates

Ezra Pincus-Roth, AICP, has over 9 years of experience working in municipal policy and urban planning. Ezra’s experience in transportation planning includes a variety of projects including: analyzing curbside utilization and management policies at Bay Area Rapid Transit stations; managing the data collection team behind a comprehensive parking inventory and utilization study in downtown Austin, TX; and assessing the accessibility of Greater Boston’s bus stops. Prior to working at Nelson\Nygaard, Ezra was a management and budget analyst for the New York City Parks Department, a consultant for the San Francisco Foundation, and a research fellow for Reconnecting America.

Session Details
11/08/2018 10:05 AM -
11/08/2018 10:55 AM
When Oakland Becomes Like Austin
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Chief Security Consultant / Program Development
Organization:Calpipe Industries, LLC.

Robert Reiter is a safety and security specialist who is an expert in the protection of people and property. He is currently Co-Chair of the ASTM F12-10 committee that develops test standards for anti-terrorist high security barriers and low speed safety barriers in pedestrian and public environments. In 2012 Rob co-founded the Storefront Safety Council, an advocacy organization which has called attention to the frequency of vehicle-into-building crashes into stores, storefront offices, and public spaces. His passion for protecting pedestrians, customers, and employees who are exposed to high risk of injury or death has led him to establish the largest database of private property crashes outside of the Federal government.

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
Sustainable Parking- Saving the Earth and Its People
Imperial Ballroom Suite C

Vanessa Solesbee Schnipkoweit, CAPP, is Co-Chair of the International Parking Institute's Parking Matters® Committee and President of The Solesbee Group, LLC. Vanessa is passionate about empowering stakeholders to actively and effectively participate in public participation processes designed to elevate their parking, transportation and mobility experience. Vanessa has served on numerous Parking Expert Advisory Panels across the country, and gave a keynote address on innovations in public participation at the 2016 Parking Australia Conference & Expo in Perth, Australia. In addition to serving as the Parking Matters Committee Co-Chair since 2015, Vanessa serves on IPI's Awards of Excellence Committee and is a Accredited Parking Organization (APO) certified site reviewer. Vanessa has also been a member of the Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association's (PIPTA's) board of directors and executive committee. Vanessa lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband John and two precocious daughters Ava Fox and Ella Bee.

Session Details
11/08/2018 10:05 AM -
11/08/2018 10:55 AM
Parking Matters More Than Ever: Roadmap for the Future
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Director of Municipal Services
Organization:SP Plus Corporation

Brian is the current chair of the CAPP Board and is on the Professional Recognition committee of the International Parking Institute (IPI). Brian received his CAPP in 2005. He is Director of Municipal Services for SP Plus Corporation. He has over 40 years experience in all areas of Parking and Traffic Operations including 25 years with the City of Orlando as Parking Operations Manager and the past 16 years with SP Plus Corporation specializing in municipal and On Street operations. Brian is an active member of the CPPA and IPI as well as numerous other state and regional parking associations around the country. 

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
On the Road to CAPP!
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Senior Director, Global Business Development
Organization:Conduent

Kirk is the North America, West Region Vice President of Parking & Mobility Solutions for Conduent Public Transportation and Mobility and is responsible for contract management, service delivery and sales in highly complex transportation environments including Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver. He enjoys the challenges of the parking & mobility industry and welcomes the opportunity to bring fresh ideas and solutions to clients. In his current position, he helps lead the development of our industry-leading role in delivery of best-in-class parking & mobility solutions, including the recent launch of the GoLA and GoDenver transportation mobility app which is a transportation options aggregator. Kirk has served 14-years on the California Public Parking Association’s Board of Directors, 4-years on the Advisory Board for the International Parking Institute and participates as a speaker and presenter at mobility industry events.

Session Details
11/08/2018 04:00 PM -
11/08/2018 05:00 PM
Parking Guidance and the Journey
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Organization:VIMOC Technologies


Session Details
11/09/2018 09:15 AM -
11/09/2018 12:00 PM
"Managing the Curb" Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites EF
Title:Partner
Organization:Parking Design Group

Warren’s career in parking design and operations has spanned over 40 years. Warren specializes in parking facility upgrades and planning, along with sustainable parking management plans – including leading edge technologies and strategies such as robotic parking, PGS (Parking Guidance Systems), real-time individual space management, dynamic and static signing, PARCS, (Parking and Revenue Control System) demand management and parking asset performance.

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
Sustainable Parking- Saving the Earth and Its People
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Managing Partner
Organization:Parking Design Group

David has been advising architects, city planners, contractors and developers for over 35 years on just about every conceivable parking structure and land-use application, on hundreds of projects across the country, and continues to broaden this knowledge base today as one of two firm partners. He specializes in municipal code-based design, parking operations, functional design, graphics/signage programs, land-use planning and feasibility/demand studies.

Session Details
11/07/2018 01:45 PM -
11/07/2018 03:00 PM
Sustainable Parking- Saving the Earth and Its People
Imperial Ballroom Suite C
Title:Liaison Officer
Organization:DMV


Session Details
11/09/2018 09:15 AM -
01/01/1901 12:15 PM
DMV General Session
Imperial Ballroom Suites CD
Title:Principal
Organization:Watry Design, Inc.

As an Principal for Watry Design, Inc., Michelle is dedicated to changing people's perception of parking and creating parking environments that are exciting, easy to use, cost effective and look good. She been creating parking solutions for the firm’s clients for almost 30 years. Michelle is a licensed architect in 12 states. She is responsible for the design of over 150 parking projects and leads parking studies and parking structure design for the firm. A member of the Sustainability Committee for the International Parking Institute, Michelle has penned and spoken on a number of industry topics.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
Flying Friendly Skies: How Technology is Improving the Passenger Experience
Imperial Ballroom Suite D
Title:Consultant
Organization:Walker Consultants

Jonathan Wicks has expertise in all manners of parking including Class A commercial garages, hotel, event and stadium, on street valet, mixed use, municipalities, off-airport, and flat lots. Jonathan designs and implements parking systems and technology improvements for public and private entities across the West Coast. He has developed parking policy and procedures and consulted for dozens of cities and counties in California. He is a forward-thinking parking operator who has recently led work in mobile App development and EV implementation.

Session Details
11/08/2018 09:05 AM -
11/08/2018 09:55 AM
How to Build High-Tech Parking to Maximize Land
Atlanta/Boston
Organization:Walker Consultants


Session Details
11/08/2018 02:45 PM -
11/08/2018 03:45 PM
Implementing Paid Parking: An Interactive City Council Role Play
Atlanta/Boston
Title:Guest Services Manager
Organization:UC Santa Barbara

UC Santa Barbara Parking & Enforcement Manager. 10 years @ UC Santa Barbara.

Previous:

Santa Barbara City Police Officer 2002-2009
Santa Barbara County Sheriff 1997-2002

Session Details
11/08/2018 10:05 AM -
11/08/2018 10:55 AM
Parking Staff in Extraordinary Situations- UC Santa Barbara's Recap
Active Shooter,Wildfires and Mudslides
Atlanta/Boston

Location

Los Angeles Airport Marriott
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5855 West Century Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Exhibitors

Booth 101 :
Amano McGann, Inc
Booth 102 :
Parking Today Media
Booth 103 :
IDAX
Booth 104 :
Complus Data Innovations, Inc.
Booth 105 :
Duncan Solutions
Booth 107 :
DMV
Booth 108 :
Available
Booth 109 :
Available
Booth 110 :
SERCO INC.
Booth 111 :
PCS Mobile
Booth 200 :
Pacific Parking Systems, Inc.
Booth 201 :
T2 Systems
Booth 202 :
TagMaster North America
Booth 203 :
Weldon Williams & Lick
Booth 204 :
AIMS - EDC Corporation
Booth 205 :
Flowbird
Booth 206 :
Tannery Creek
Booth 207 :
Watry Design
Booth 208 :
Gtechna
Booth 209 :
HUB Parking Technology USA, Inc.
Booth 210 :
JCL Traffic
Booth 300 :
Timothy Haahs & Associates, In
Booth 301 :
Walter P Moore
Booth 302 :
Genetec
Booth 303 :
SP Plus Corporation
Booth 304 :
ZipBy USA LLC
Booth 305 :
MacKay Meters, Inc.
Booth 306 :
Parkmobile, LLC
Booth 307 :
Nagels North America
Booth 308 :
Conduent
Booth 400 :
All Traffic Solutions
Booth 401 :
Parking Logix
Booth 402 :
POM Parking Meters
Booth 403 :
Passport Labs, Inc
Booth 404 :
Inugo Systems LLC
Booth 405 :
Toledo Ticket Company
Booth 406 :
CivicSmart, Inc.
Booth 407 :
Data Ticket, Inc.
Booth 500 :
VIMOC Technologies
Booth 501 :
IPS Group
Booth 502 :
Rydin Decal
Booth 503 :
IPS Group
Booth 504 :
DPS
Booth 505 :
Daktronics
Booth 506 :
Clancy Systems
Booth 507 :
Global Parking Solutions USA
Booth 509 :
Turbo Data Systems, Inc.
Booth 511 :
Turbo Data Systems, Inc.
Booth 600 :
iParq
Booth 601 :
TransCore
Booth 602 :
Frogparking Inc.
Booth 603 :
WPS USA, Corp.
Booth 604 :
Transponder and Reader Engineered Systems
Booth 605 :
Walker Consultants
Booth 606 :
Smarking Inc.
Booth 607 :
Available
Booth 608 :
Available
Booth 609 :
Available
Booth 610 :
Associated Time & Parking Controls
Booth 611 :
TECH Control Systems, Inc.

Exhibitor Service Kit

Kirk Strassman

Vendor Representative

Vice President, Parking & Mobility Solutions
Conduent

Millie Kenney

Director at Large North

Director, Parking & Transportation Services
Santa Clara University

Shawn McCormick

Conference Program Chair


Yael Oved

Conference Coordinator

yael581@hotmail.com
CPPA

Cassius Jones

Conference Program Chair