210 North Main Street
Sharon, MA 02067
Executive Director, David Straus
Events & Programs Manager, Casey Murphy
ACT is the premier association for transportation demand management (TDM) professionals. ACT strives to create an efficient multimodal transportation system by empowering the people, places, and organizations working to advance TDM in order to improve the quality of life of commuters, enhance the livability of communities, and stimulate economic activity.
36th Annual International Conference, July 31 – August 3, 2022
TDM Forum, November 15-16, 2022
David Straus, Executive Director
PO Box 5690
Sherman Oaks CA 91413
John Hamblen, City of Pasadena, President
Mike Yu, Cal Poly Pomona, Vice President
Dulce Gomez, City of Riverside, Treasurer
Perry Eggleston, University of California, Davis, Secretary
Membership averages 350. Open to those with an interest in parking operations, enforcement and collections.
In March 1984, more than 100 industry people and vendors gathered in Monterey, CA, to discuss mutual concerns in the field of parking management and control. As a result of this meeting, the California Public Parking Association was created now known as California Mobility and Parking Association.
The CMPA has established the following organizational goals: To build and maintain a statewide organization of parking professionals; to foster mutual support among members and promote and develop parking management as a profession; to inform and support members in dealing with and solving parking problems; to provide an understanding of parking principles and practices through information sharing, education and training; to act as a unifying force in the state of California to monitor, advocate, and promote parking related legislation which will aid and benefit members in the performance of their jobs.
The CMPA has successfully sponsored and provided support or opposition for legislation affecting association members and employs a full-time lobbyist in Sacramento.
Newsletter, published monthly
Annual Conference & Tradeshow
November 8-10, 2022
Membership: Sonya Radziuk Tel: 562-964-4735
Conference: Yael Oved, Tel 818-581-1110
155 S. Razorback Road ADSB 131
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Dave Moore, University of Kansas, President
Betty Love, Treasurer
Gary Smith, Secretary
Members are from post-secondary education institutions including colleges, universities, medical schools, etc. from across the nation. Affiliate (vendor) and consultant members are welcome.
The Campus Parking and Transportation Association (CPTA) holds annual conferences at member schools in the fall of each year. Members share information about campus parking and transportation issues and present initiatives that have been successful on their campus. The conference also includes updates on the latest trends in the industry as well as training sessions in parking and transportation operations and management. CPTA maintains an on-line benchmarking database and a listserv for its members.
CPTA Annual Conference and Trade Show
October 9 - 12, 2022
Texas A&M University, College Station
Gary K. Smith
Tel 479.575.3304, fax 479.575.2356,
2608 Erwin Road, Suite 148-172
Durham, NC 27705
Carl DePinto, MBA, Duke University & Duke Health, President
Thomas Leathers,CAPP, City of Durham, NC, Past President
Clint Joy, Carolina Time, Vice President
Pamela Corbin, City of Greenville, SC, Treasurer
Josh Puckett, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, Secretary
The Carolinas Parking Association is a professional association of parking administrators, practitioners, suppliers, vendors and consultants formed for the purposes of acquiring knowledge; encouraging professional development; providing mutual support, and creating an environment for professional interaction.
Membership is open to government bodies, authorities, colleges, universities, medical centers, airports, corporations, other types of businesses and individuals associated with the parking industry, and to others supporting the organization’s objectives.
The Carolinas Parking Association is affiliated with the International Parking Institute, and seeks to appeal to both the large and small institution, municipality, operator or business person with an interest in both national and regional parking related issues.
The Board of Directors for the Carolinas Parking Association includes ten members from North and South Carolina and represent municipalities, colleges or university campuses, hospitals or medical centers, airports or other membership types such as consultants and vendors. The Board of Directors act as the governing body of the Carolinas Parking Association with the single goal of enhancing benefits to those members of the organization.
2022 At-Large Board Members:
Doug Lape, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Joshua Rossnagel, Consultant Vendor, Charlotte, NC
Cheryl Stout, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
John Toy, Flash Parking, Charlotte, NC
Jared Wright, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
2022 Annual Conference & Trade Show
Embassy Suites by Hilton North Charleston Airport/Hotel & Convention,
North Charleston, SC –
September 13 -16, 2022
Carl DePinto, MBA
P.O. Box 6006
Columbia, MD 21045
Selena Tepas, President
Thomas G. Szubka, CAPP, Past President
Raymond Mensah, President Elect
Chip Chism, Secretary
Chester Escobar, Treasurer
Three types of Memberships - Regular, Affiliate & Associate
Fiscal year January to December of current year
The Florida Parking & Transportation Association, an allied association of the International Parking Institute and National Parking Association, was founded in 1979 to provide a statewide network to exchange ideas and concerns and to promote Florida’s fast growing parking and transportation industry. The association’s 250+ members represent all aspects of the parking and transportation profession: municipalities, universities, hospitals, airports, government agencies, suppliers, consultants, contractors, developers and private operators throughout the State of Florida. An annual conference and trade show provides members with an opportunity to network with other parking and transportation professionals, attend trade related educational seminars, view the latest equipment, products and services while establishing peer relationships that last a lifetime.
Florida Parking & Transportation Association Newsletter - quarterly
Dawn Marti, 240-893-6296
1275 K Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington DC 20005
David Downey, CAE, Assoc. AIA, IOM, President & CEO
Allison Shashok, Marketing & Operations, Vice President of Membership
Place management professionals drive significant change in every major metropolitan area in North America in an industry that is growing rapidly around the globe. IDA members are involved in all segments of city center management and in all types of organizations (nonprofit, government and business). They develop tools and strategies to address a broad range of issues impacting how people live, work and play in cities.
The International Downtown Association (IDA) is the essential membership organization for professional place management leaders worldwide. Our members are city builders and downtown champions who bring urban centers to life, bridging the gap between the public and private sectors. We represent an industry of more than 2,500 place management organizations, employing 100,000 people throughout North America and growing rapidly around the world. Founded in 1954, IDA empowers place management leaders with knowledge, research and public policies for creating prosperous city centers, commercial neighborhoods and livable urban places for all.
For more information, visit www.downtown.org.
A full list is available here: http://downtown.org/publications/
For a list of upcoming IDA events, visit hwww.downtown.org/all-upcoming-events/
Allison Shashok, Vice President of Membership, Marketing & Operations, (202) 798-5926, email@example.com
Carolyn Dellutri, Director of Professional Development, (202) 798-5915, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracie Clemmer, Director of Corporate Relations, (202) 798-5918, email@example.com
Cathy Lin, Director of Research, (202) 798-5924, firstname.lastname@example.org
650 S. Grand Avenue, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Robert Hindle, Parking Concepts, Inc., Chair/VP
Ken Spiker and Associates Inc., Executive Director
Greg Spiker, Ken Spiker and Associates, Secretary/Treasurer
Leading parking operators plus parking industry vendors
The Los Angeles Parking Association has been of service to the parking industry for 40 years. It has two major goals: To serve as a representative for parking interests with city, state and federal government, and to undertake community projects that will appropriately represent the members as caring corporate citizens. Legislative accomplishments include having a member named to the Air Quality Management District; aiding in the defeat of a 5 percent parking tax; successfully representing property owners with the LA city planning department regarding unreasonable landscaping requirements; assisting in defeating an EPA proposal to tax every public and private parking space in the U.S.; and defeating the proposed increase in LA parking tax from 10 to 40 percent.
Various newsletters, reports and an annual vendor guide
General membership meeting every other month
Greg Spiker, 213 896-8933
34 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200
Lynbrook, NY 11563
Rafael Llopiz, President
Gordon Hamm, Executive VP and Treasurer
Ken Rosenblatt, 1st VP
Bill Lerner, 2nd VP
Lance Howard, Secretary
Vincent Petraro, Executive Director
500 members. General membership includes owners of parking facilities in the city of New York and adjacent suburbs as well as associate and allied members and vendor members who serve the industry.
The MPA is the exclusive bargaining agent for its members with local 272 IBT. Additionally, the MPA monitors and reviews legislation impacting the parking industry and provides a clearing house for information concerning the parking industry to its members, governmental agencies and the general public.
19 Clifford Street
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Jack Janiga, LAZ Parking, President
Aaron Terpstra, City of Grand Rapids, Vice President
Traci Shell, City of Lansing, Secretary
Susan Wyatt, City of Lansing, Treasurer
Members at Large
Debby Nyenhuis, Member at Large; Keith Hay, Jr., Member at Large; John Frederick
Representative from Organizations representing all aspects of Parking and Mobility.
1. The maintenance of a statewide organization of public and private entities, collaborating to foster participation amongst its members with a focus on facilitating an environment of enrichment for those individuals and entities, engaged in the provision of parking and mobility services.
2. To provide education, analytics and information on current and future parking principles, practices and trends that enhance the professional development of the membership.
3. To organize and act as a unified force in the State of Michigan in the promotion of legislation of state and local parking laws that will aid the association membership in the delivery of parking and mobility services that meet the demands of the public and private sectors that they support.
MiParking Spot - Summer/Winter editions
Annual conference and golf outing
Mike Tudor, President;
Wade Roberts, Vice President
Brent Matthews, Secretary
Steve Hernandez, Treasurer
Mike Tudor (President)
Wade Roberts (Vice President)
Steve Hernandez (Treasurer)
Brent Matthews (Secretary)
The association consists of parking professionals from colleges, universities, cities, and airports in the Mid-South region in the related field of parking.
The MSTPA’s mission is to provide professional growth, development, and interaction among persons involved in the operation of transportation and parking programs within the mid-south region. This association of transportation and parking professionals is organized to identify issues, share information, identify and evaluate solutions to improve parking programs and stay updated of legislative changes that impact transportation and parking operations.
MSTPA Quarterly Newsletter; Monthly Blog Posts
MSTPA Annual Spring Conference
Location: Westin Birmingham Hotel, Birmingham, AL
Contact: Dawn Marti 240 893-6296
March 15-16, 2022
222 S. 1st Street
Louisville, KY 40202
PO Box 2512
Columbia, MD 21045
Angela Hall, University of MD, President
Mark Pace, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, Past President
Chuck Boddy University of Baltimore County, VP
Brian Simmons, University of Maryland, Baltimore MD, Treasurer
Universities, Municipalities, Private Operators, supplies and consultants within the parking and transportation industry.
The Middle Atlantic Parking Association is a non-profit association that, since 1987, has provided a mutual support network and environment for the professional interaction, growth and redevelopment of officials of municipalities and other political subdivisions, transit agencies, airport authorities, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals and other providers of on- and off-street parking in the Middle Atlantic region.
MAPA's goals include effective member networking, a comprehensive trade exhibition, informative membership communications via email and website, seminars/workshops and updated technical and professional directory services.
MAPA Fall Conference
Golf Tournament, Networking Cruise, Parking & Baseball
1201 15th Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005 USA
Christine Banning, IOM, CAE ; ChristineBanning@WeAreParking.org; 202 470-6299, President;
David Damus, Board Chair;
Stacy Hudson; stacyhudson@WeAreParking.org, ; 202-415-8252, Director of Membership;
Eamon Connor; EamonConnor@WeAreParking.org,; 202-849-6262, Director of Education
The National Parking Association is North America’s leading parking trade organization. Our mission is to serve as the market leader in parking industry research, education, and advocacy that advance the industry, and its leaders and parking professionals. We provide training, certification, and access to leading edge parking technology across the private and public sectors.
Andy Hill, Desman, President
Heather Matthews, VP
Suzanne Rinfret, Secretary
Stathis Manousos, Treasurer
Kathryn Hebert, Past President
Parking and transportation professionals from universities, municipalities, hospitals, airports, suppliers, consultants and other entities affiliated with the parking and transportation industry.
Established in 1984, the NEPC is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the skills necessary for working in the parking and transportation industry. The NEPC host conferences. seminars, workshops,meetings, and other networking opportunities for members and non-members alike to share industry knowledge and experience.
The New England Parking Council (NEPC) is comprised of Parking and Transportation professionals seeking to share knowledge, development, and support while building strong business relationships via networking and educational opportunities. We seek to empower all professionals in municipal On-street parking, university parking and hospital parking operations.
Annual conference and golf tournament, Municipal Forum, University Forum, Hospital Forum
PO Box 614
Amherst, NY 14226
Kevin Wood, Vice President
Johnna Frosini, CAPP, Treasurer
Krista Tassa, Kasey Siskind, Chantel Cabrera, Nan Chen, Doug Grotke, Thomas M. Moyer, Chris Suszko, Board
Dawn Marti, Association & Events Manager
General membership includes public agencies and institutions with affiliated membership for consultants and suppliers of parking goods and services.
The NYSPTA is a statewide organization created to enhance the development of parking and transportation professionals within New York State, and provides a forum in which parking and transportation professionals can network, share and disseminate information specific to the parking industry, and speak with a united voice.
Manager: Dawn Marti
Brain Bush, Regional VP, ABM, President
David Groene, Olympic Auto Park, Inc., Vice President
Robert Baer, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Treasurer
Kurt Eubanks, The Toledo Ticket Company, Secretary
Jim Kneip, KWIK Parking Inc.
Bonnie Sichau, PSX
Tom Foster, Signature Control Systems
Tom Carter, The Toledo Ticket Company
The Ohio Parking Association is a professional organization that provides education, networking and advocacy to advance the parking professionals and parking industry in the state of Ohio. OPA has been in existence for over 50 years actively representing the interests of on-street and off-street operators. OPA welcomes all professionals involved the parking industry in the Ohio region.
Laura Lierz, CAPP – Chair, Casey Jones, CAPP – Vice Chair, Cindy Patton – Secretary, Michelle Rhoads – Treasurer
Membership consists of professionals from the states of Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
The Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association (PIPTA) was founded by a group of parking professionals who saw value in a regional organization designed to provide those involved in parking and transportation programs with an open forum to discuss common challenges, share information and remain abreast of industry best practices. Membership consist of professionals from the states of Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
PIPTA’s mission is to provide for the growth and development of the people and organizations involved in parking and transportation in the membership states with a vision to be a recognized leader in advancing solutions that optimize access and mobility in the communities it serves
Laura Lierz, CAPP Chair, email@example.com
P.O. Box 19508
Atlanta, GA 30325-0508
Adele Clements (President), Diane Hale (Past President), Jeffrey Elsey (Secretary), Brett Munkel (Treasurer), Sam Tupman (At-Large), Glenn Kurtz (At-Large)
Parking and transportation administrators, practitioners, suppliers, and consultants in the State of Georgia.
We are parking and transportation professionals who represent parking and transportation administrators, practitioners, suppliers, and consultants in the State of Georgia organized to foster mutual support among members and to promote and develop parking and transportation as a profession and a positive public image of the parking industry, to assist and aid members in dealing with and solving parking and transportation problems, to provide an understanding of parking and transportation principles, practices, technologies through information sharing, education and training programs, and to educate and inform the general public and the business community regarding parking and transportation related issues.
Marilyn Etheridge, Conference Planner,
Mark Vergenes, President
Sharon Field, VP
Bobra Schultes, Secretary
John Morgan, Treasurer
The PPA began with its first meeting on December 11, 1985. The first conference was held in 1989 in Harrisburg. Since then, the conference has been held annually at cities across the state including State College, Lancaster, Harrisburg, Scranton, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Today we have over 130 members. The Association is considered one of the strongest and most active state associations, hosting an annual conference, golf outing, spring training session, a meeting at each IPMI conference, and annual Parking Innovation Awards.
As the Association continues to grow, it takes on new challenges and works with the diverse agencies of the Commonwealth on a variety of topics that affect the parking industry.
PPA Spring Conference and Tradeshow
May 10-13, 2022
Julie Dixon, Dixon Resources Unlimited, President
Donovan Durband, City of Tucson, Vice President
Andy Cushman, LAZ Parking, Treasurer
Donna King, City of Paso Robles, Secretary
The Southwest Parking Association was formed in 2001 with the purpose of connecting parking and transportation professionals and providing a forum in which to share knowledge and further develop the industry. Since founding, our membership has grown to well over 100 and our annual conference has become nationally recognized for networking opportunities that build deep and lasting business relationships.
SWPTA Annual Conference
Golden Nugget, Las Vegas
October 24-26, 2022
Association Manager & Conference Planner
PO Box 524230
Houston, Texas 77052
Mary Mabry, CAPP Cardinal Tracking, Inc, President
Dennis Delaney, CAPP Univ of TX at Austin, Vice President
Nicole Chinea, CAPP, Harris County, Treasurer
Bill Herrel, Associated Time Instruments, Secretary
Maria Irshad, CAPP Park Houston, Past President
Board Members at Large
Dean Ahmad DFW Intl Airport
Peter Lange, Texas A&M
Clay Haverland, UTSA
Miclhelle Morris, Toledo Ticket
Jaime Snyder, CAPP Walter P Moore
Dawn Marti, Conference Coordinator
The Texas Parking Association offers two levels of membership. Each organization must have one Regular member (voting rights) and all others must be Associate members (no voting rights).
Regular....$150 (Voting Privileges) Representatives of municipalities or other government bodies or parking authorities, transportation authorities, boards, bureaus, commissions or departments, also including universities, colleges, airports, hospitals, stadiums and auditoriums, or other institutions having similar responsibility for the establishment, operation, maintenance, control or direction of public parking. Note: Each organization is limited to one (1) Regular member and all others must be Associate members.
Associate....$150 (No Voting Privileges) Representatives of the Regular and Associate members or any other individual, corporation or Association that the Board may elect.
Memberships are valid from January 1st - December 31st.
Since 1987, the Texas Parking & Transportation Association has been a vehicle for individuals engaged with parking and transportation businesses in municipalities, hospitals, airports, universities and parking authorities. We promote the mutual interests of the membership in the provision and operation of adequate, safe, efficient, convenient and economical public parking and transportation as a proper and necessary function for the economic and social well-being of our members. Our Key Priorities are to expand membership, enhance annual conference, enhance outreach and communications and enhance roundtable programs.
The advantages of TPTA Membership
“One-Stop” resource for all your parking needs.
Networking opportunities in both public and private arena.
Information source on products and services.
Annual conference and trade show - attendees can expand their network and further their professional services.
Vendors, suppliers and consultants have a vehicle to contact potential regional customers.
Opportunities for the social interaction with other industry professionals.
News about the Association and its happenings.
Preferred pricing for the Annual Conference and Tradeshow.
See Website for articles and events
2022 TPTA Conference and Tradeshow
Grand Hyatt, San Antonio (600 E. Market Street)
April 19-21, 2022
6380 Tupelo Drive Suite 2
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
Jeremy Duplechin , President
Douglas Cram, VP/Treasurer
Nikki Heredia, Secretary
Anyone in the Parking/Transportation industries that supports our mission of: Parking Jobs for Vets - Vets for Parking Jobs
We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that is focused on educating Military Service Members about all the opportunities, technologies and career possibilities that the Parking/Transportation industry has to offer. We collect resumes from interested Service Members that are close to ETS (expiration term of service) and match them to our Sponsors and Employers within our industry.
We attend and/or exhibit at all the National shows for the Parking industry (PIE, IPMI, NPA) and as many Regional shows as we possibly can.
4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Suite 550
Washington, DC 20016
Martin Janis, Atlantic Services Group, President
Parking operators in the Washington DC Area.
The Washington Parking Association, founded in 1953, is a nonprofit trade organization of commercial off-street parking operators serving the Nation’s Capital.
Our Membership represents the majority of Washington’s Parking firms, with facilities conveniently located to serve Washington’s major points of interest, hotels and retail, restaurants and theaters, and office building.
We are a community leader in working with major organizations dealing with area wide parking and transportation issues. Our members are involved in various civic and charitable activities seeking to provide a better quality of life for all who live and work in the Washington metropolitan area.