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November 9, 2017

Pilot program to test major changes to parking regulations

Nov. 1, 2017 – Months of studying Oak Park’s wide array of parking rules and regulations is evolving into a pilot program designed to test a wide range of options for simplifying and standardizing the Village’s residential parking system. The public is invited to learn more about the changes under consideration at a community meeting […]

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May 7, 2017

Jennifer Rentz joins Dixon Resources Unlimited

San Diego, CA: Dixon Resources Unlimited is pleased to welcome Jennifer Rentz as the company’s newest Associate. Jennifer most recently served as Executive Vice President of West Coast Operations for Complus Data Innovations, Inc., a parking citation management firm. In her role with Complus, Jennifer was responsible for oversight of the company’s west coast office […]

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April 13, 2017

Council backs shift to downtown parking meters

Palo Alto council members to explore different technologies, policies for paid parking. Seeking to bring some order to downtown’s chaotic parking scene, Palo Alto officials signaled on Tuesday night their intent to abolish the existing system of color zones and to bring back paid parking. The details of downtown’s new parking program are yet to […]

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April 9, 2017

Editorial: Return of the parking meter

Palo Alto considers shifting to paid parking on downtown streets, lots and garages. In 1947, at a time when downtown Palo Alto was bustling with retail stores serving the everyday needs of local residents, the city decided to install parking meters on University Avenue and some side streets. It was an easy way to provide […]

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January 26, 2017

We had lunch, and talked Parking

Yesterday I joined about 100 parking pros from across Southern California at the Julie Dixon organized quarterly meeting (or maybe its semi annual) that invites anyone who wants to come and talk parking. Topics were requested when we signed in (fill in a topic on a 3×5 card and Julie would throw it out to […]

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January 10, 2017

Sneak Peek: Griffith Park Traffic Plan

GRIFFITH PARK—Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu will host a public forum tonight on the Griffith Park Action Plan—a proposed strategy to alleviate parking and circulation issues and improve safety in Griffith Park. Shuttles and an official Hollywood sign viewpoint were at the core of an early draft of the plan, which will be presented again […]

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January 10, 2017

Parking study calls for more enforcement, higher fines

In their first unveiling of results from a city parking study, traffic analysts from Dixon Resources Unlimited on Friday shared a mixed bag of suggestions to curb parking complaints. By Emily WeaverTimes-News Staff Writer In their first unveiling Friday of results from a parking study that began in September, traffic analysts from Dixon Resources Unlimited […]

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January 10, 2017

City’s parking headache examined

Business owners and employees raised concerns Monday night after learning the leased spaces – which some of them said they waited months to get – might not be guaranteed in the future road map of downtown parking. By EMILY WEAVERTimes-News Staff Writer Business owners and employees raised concerns Monday night after learning the leased spaces […]

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