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15.05.2019

THE BUSINESS INSIDERS CONFERENCE AT THE EUROPARKING

Parking policy as one of the tools for availability managing of city centres

Parking policy is the only way to limit the number of cars to the city centres
Parking policy is the only way to limit the number of cars to the city centres

As part of the conference organised by the Department of Transport Systems at the Krakow University of Technology, the specialists discuss the issues related to obtaining data for the process of shaping  and administration of paid parking zones in cities.

- Inhabitants of cities treat parking lots as something that they deserve.  (...) The right parking policy can shape the way
 users use cars - said  Engineer  Andrzej Szarata PhD. Hab, professor of  Krakow University of Technology.- The parking space availability problem appeared in the 20th century, with the increasing number of cars. Parking policy is the only way to limit the number of cars to the city centres  There is no other way. - Professor Szarata added.


The meeting is organized by the Department of Transport Systems at the Krakow University of Technology. Date - 14 may 2019. Venue - G3 conference hall

Below you will find the conference program. 

10: 30-10: 50 Szarata A., Krakow University of Technology
Problems of paid parking zones in cities

10: 50-11: 10 Franek Ł., director of the Public Transport Board in Krakow
City centres paid parking lots

11: 10-11: 30 Kącki P., President of Krakow Municipal Infrastructure in 2014-2017
Shaping the parking policy in the context of the commune council’s resolution provisions establishing a paid parking zone based on the example of Krakow

11: 30-11: 50 Duda-Wiertel U., Krakow University of Technology
Experience in the use of data for parking analyses

11: 50-12: 10 Pietruch M., COMARCH
Comarch Smart Parking - use of extensive detection to comprehensive parking data collection

12:10 Debate

 

We invite you to participate in the meeting held on the first day V Europarking Expo  in Targi Kielce.

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