CALL FOR PAPERS

The Call for Papers deadline is February 28, 2018

Abstracts are now being accepted for the 2018 Conference.  For convenience and standardization of submissions, a form has been provided on this page.  Please complete all areas, adhering to the space limits provided.

For inquiries, please contact Carole Whitehorne at carole@canadianparking.ca

Session Formats

  • Panel Discussions (up to four panelists, to include Q&A from audience)
  • Workshops (structured tutorial session)
  • Lecture (up to 2 presenters)

SUGGESTED TOPICS

OPERATIONS

  • Revenue Control and Audit
  • Data Collection & Evaluation
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Disabled Parking Programs
  • Enforcement / Appeals
  • Valet Parking
  • Special Event Parking
  • HR and Training
  • Permit Management

CASE STUDIES  

  • Parking and Urban Development
  • New Revenue Sources
  • Contracts and RFP’s
  • Integrating Multi Modal Systems
  • Planning for Emergencies
  • Marketing Programs

FACILITIES

  • New Design Concepts
  • Garage Renovations
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Safety and Security
  • Lighting Retrofits
  • Mixed-use Facilities
  • Preparing for EV’s
  • Car Sharing

TECHNOLOGY & TRENDS

  • Evolution of PARC’s
  • AV Parking Planning
  • Smart Parking
  • Permit Management
  • License Plate Recognition
  • Sustainability
  • Multi-modal Communities

SUBMISSION FORM


FORM SUBMISSION

Abstracts may be completed and submitted through this online form.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

February 28, 2018

ACHNOWLEDGEMENT

By submitting an abstract, you agree to the following:
  • All speakers must register for the conference.
  • All speakers are responsible for their own travel arrangements and expenses.
  • All speakers are required to meet deadlines.
  • CPA may publish and/or distribute the presentation on its website following the conference.

  • Presentation Overview

  • Provide a concise title, fifteen words or less, that will catch the interest of your audience.
  • Please provide up to 1,500 words that best describe what your audience will learn from this presentation. All sessions must be educational in nature, unbiased and avoiding direct or indirect promotion of any particular product or service. Suppliers of equipment or services are required to be registered as an exhibitor for submissions are considered. The CPA reserves the right to select or augment the submissions to best reflect a full educational program. If more details are required, you will be contacted.
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    Accepted file types: pdf.
  • Please provide a condensed version of your abstract, up to 250 words that best describe what your audience will learn from this presentation. This description will appear online and in print format and will be translated into French for print purposes.
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