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A Portrait of El Paso Parking Using Geographic Information System

Education | On-Demand Webinar

Description:
Cities are beginning to utilize technology as a tool to write the history of parking and pave the path for the future. To achieve real-time solutions and capture usable parking data, the City of El Paso put Geographic Information System (GIS) to the test. This webinar will demonstrate how to apply GIS to paint a parking portrait specific to your operation

Presenters:

Jeremy Rocha, PE, is a parking consultant with WGI with more than 20 years of experience in parking, project management, engineering, and planning. His focus at WGI is planning and project management. He has led multiple projects as a design team project manager nationwide. As a representative of the parking industry, he is committed to making parking friendly and understandable.

Amy Hunter, GISP is responsible for GIS field data collection, analyses, and deliverables, as well as being a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP) and FWC Authorized Gopher Tortoise Agent. Amy has project experience with state, county, municipal, and private clients, including the creation of mobile applications for data collection; development of maps for field review, reporting, and permitting; and clients to provide geospatial and tabular data. She also provides the design of geodatabases and reviews of GIS data/reporting.

Paul Stresow, is the Assistant Director with the City of El Paso’s International Bridges Department, where he manages three of the community’s international ports of entry. He has been involved in solving parking and transportation issues for over 20 years, including 8 years as Parking and Transportation Director at The University of Texas at El Paso. Paul serves on the Board of The Texas Parking and Transportation Association, where he serves as a Co-Chair to the Education and Roundtables Committee.

Member Price: $25