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CMA has a unique approach to help our clients meet their objectives – one that we believe will work for you.
Each client is unique. However, the breadth and depth of our experiences bring value to many types of organizations.
CMA’s Joe Sciulli, CAPP had the pleasure of co-presenting with fellow-CAPP Gary Means, Executive Director of the Lexington and Fayette County Parking Authority (LexPARK), to extoll the wonders, whys and hows of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) at the IPMI’s Conference and Expo in Anaheim, CA. Complete with formulas and implementation tips, the pair covered both on- and off-street KPIs, and used Gary’s successes in applying KPIs to fact-based decision-making on meter rate and enforcement adjustments, enhancing program credibility with customers and political stakeholders alike. Click here for a copy of this dynamic duo’s presentation!
The Michigan and Ohio Parking Associations joined in May to hold a conference in Dearborn, MI. After a fun evening at the Henry Ford Museum, the conference opened with Barbara Chance presenting a retrospective on how the parking industry moved from collecting cash in cigar boxes to the sophisticated parking management organizations existing today.
CMA is working with the Department of Finance, City of Baltimore, to perform a forensic audit of selected parking garages. The work relates to the review of parking taxes and licenses.
CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc. was selected by Montclair State University (MSU) to conduct a transportation operational review and a cost-benefit analysis of various operational alternatives. During the study, CMA rode University-affiliated buses and interviewed drivers and management personnel about potential system improvements and recommendations. CMA provided MSU a set of recommendations that will assist with transit operations.
CMA was pleased to be selected as part of a team led by Symmetra Design to conduct a parking enforcement operational review for the Revenue Authority of Prince George’s County, MD. Enforcing an area of 430+ square miles (nearly the size of Los Angeles), the Authority serves neighborhood and commercial parking areas as well as the highly popular entertainment / convention destination of National Harbor, MD. CMA will be assessing the enforcement program’s organization, staffing and operational areas, focusing on standard operating procedures, enforcement policies/guidelines, and employee training and staffing needs.