Articles tagged “parking”

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

Sarah Enelow-Snyder, Skift

When flyers think about spending money at the airport, sandwiches and lattes quickly come to mind. But airports are thinking just as much about money spent in the parking lot, and they might need to change their approach.

1 year ago

First Car-Sharing, Now Driveway-Sharing Apps Becoming City Parking Alternative

First Car-Sharing, Now Driveway-Sharing Apps Becoming City Parking Alternative

Kathleen Pender, San Francisco Chronicle

Travelers visiting a city or just showing up for a business meeting may soon find more reasonably priced parking alternatives as parking-sharing apps grow in popularity. As with everything else, you can expect the parking garage industry to try to shut down this trend.

5 years ago

Dallas’ Airport Overcharging Drivers Because New Parking System Not Working Correctly

Associated Press

Oh, technology. Well, at least the airport is apologizing and sending refunds, although drivers would hope they'd be reimbursed faster than it's happening.

6 years ago

Four travel startups create a new way of connecting old networks

6 years ago

City parking app Streetline raises $25 million to expand, deepen offering

Streetline's reliance on sensors means it has lots of old-school, cable-like work to do before it can begin delivering on its rather promising promise.

7 years ago

Frequent flyers across California are about to regret buying that electric car

Frequent flyers across California are about to regret buying that electric car

LAX started offering the incentive over a decade ago, which no longer makes sense for the airport as it risks losing up to $120,000 a day from free parking.

7 years ago

Parking spaces are the newest commodity to be bartered in the sharing economy

Parking spaces are the newest commodity to be bartered in the sharing economy

Parking Panda’s success is reliant on growing a critical mass of users that offer enough spaces to make the service useful and enough cars to make it profitable.

7 years ago