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  • Rochester Magazine Pens Article on Lanier Parking Cashier, Orlando Q. Berrio

    Posted in Lanier in the Headlines on Mar 17, 2015

    Jennifer Koski, a writer from Rochester, Minnesota, wondered about Orlando Berrio, the friendly, Lanier Parking cashier she’d been chatting with for the last 10 years at the Center Street Parking Ramp in Rochester.  According to Ms. Koski, “…Orlando is so friendly and kind that he leaves me feeling a bit better than I did driving in.”  Orlando’s story begins in Havana, Cuba and includes meeting Che Guevara, fighting for, and then against, Castro, and eventually being exiled from Cuba and finding asylum in the U.S.  http://rochestermagazine.com/orlando/berrio/story-1109.html

  • The Lanier Vision: Atlanta Leadership Summit

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Feb 23, 2015

    Before I joined Lanier Parking, I perceived the company as a well-managed organization with strong foundations and a great team. Since joining, I am aware that today's Lanier is about so much more. The company is a collection of awesome human beings who just happen to be parking professionals. As such, Lanier's collective voice is ultimately an inspiring collage of 2,000 personal stories, each one a valuable part of our company’s growing brand.  This is not a PR stunt, fad or cliché -- It is real. You may have noticed some new faces walking around our offices in Atlanta, visiting other cities ...

  • Lanier Does a Happy Dance

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Nov 21, 2014

    Lanier Parking employees were recently asked to dance outside the lines to Pharrell's hit song, "Happy," capturing the footage on their smartphones. With the promise of a prize for the most creative video, and undeniable bragging rights, teams in Atlanta, Richmond, Knoxville, Orlando, and Kansas City rose to the challenge. Kansas City took the prize, with a performance that showcased their sense of humor and dance moves while drawing the local community into the fun.

  • Attack on Transportation Demand Management off the mark

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Oct 24, 2014

    A parking operations designer based in New Zealand, Kevin Warwood, took Transportation Demand Management (TDM) to task for supposedly requiring parking systems to operate badly on purpose. TDM asserts that through smart public policy, there can be a more equitable and efficient overall transportation system. It does not suppose any of the things that Warwood claims.  TDM recognizes that parking is one component of a larger transportation system. Polices that affect one system affect all systems. For example, zoning that requires developers to build x number of parking spaces (i.e. parking mini...

  • Hitchhiking for the 21st Century

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Sep 08, 2014

    What type of evil thoughts does the word hitchhiking conjure up? For many, it includes scary strangers, creepy weirdoes, and gruesome news stories. Of course, this is the hitchhiking of a generation ago when someone would stick their thumb out and throw caution to the wind. Today, hitchhiking is beginning to look very different. It includes smart phone apps, profiles, and feedback. No longer are the people entering into a hitchhiking agreement complete strangers. They are “trusted strangers,” says Jenny O’Brien, who has developed technology that allows people to share the ride. On the heels of...

  • Pedestrian Countdown Clock Not a Reason to Hit the Gas

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Jul 02, 2014

    Interesting story on NPR about those pedestrian crosswalk countdown clocks. They apparently cause more crashes at safe intersections, because some drivers see three seconds remaining as a warning to slow down, while others see them as a reason to speed up and beat the clock. That leads to rear-end collisions. If there's good news, it's that the clocks reduce the number of pedestrian accidents. You can read the entire story here.

  • Drive your EV to work, leave fully charged

    Posted in Beyond Parking on May 27, 2014

    Electric vehicle owners have more opportunities to recharge with they work. We're seeing momentum toward installing more and faster EV charging stations in office parking garages. The multi-use community Atlantic Station, where Lanier has managed parking since 2005, added 10 more EV stations on Friday. READ THE STORY

  • Ride Your Bike to Work Friday… If You Can

    Posted in Beyond Parking on May 15, 2014

    Friday is National Bike to Work Day, started by the League of American Bicyclists in 1956. It has gained more traction in recent years as major cities become more bike friendly. How does your city rank?  Our local NPR station ran a story today about Atlanta’s efforts to become more bike friendly.  http://bit.ly/YvEN2l

  • Cities Threatening to Curb Taxi Alternatives

    Posted in Beyond Parking on Mar 25, 2014

    As an Atlanta LYFT user, I have been closely following the most recent legal battles in cities throughout the United States to regulate Transportation Network Companies (TNCs). If you are not already aware of TNC’s, they are taxi like services where customers use phone apps to request a ride from local residents in their own personal vehicles. Drivers are employees of the respective TNC, and all fares are handled online (no money changes hands). The rub is that TNC’s directly compete with local taxi services and cab companies that are highly regulated, unlike TNC’s.  The question is whether or...

  • Lanier Parking Announces Equity Investment to Fund Growth Strategy

    Posted in Lanier in the Headlines on Mar 10, 2014

    Lanier Parking Solutions announced today it had closed on an equity investment from Antarctica Capital that will enable Lanier to accelerate its acquisition growth plans and expand its services in a broader geographic area. Read the full story  

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