National Parking Association launches parking industry Peer Networks

Last week, the US based National Parking Association (NPA) officially launched an industry program called Peer Networks, an international series of peer topic and trend discussions on leading parking and transportation industry issues.

The Peer Networks have been created to provide an opportunity for parking and transportation professionals to build industry connections, learn best practices and discuss topics of interest.

Four different Peer Networks have been created, representing different sub-segments of the industry. These include the Off-Airport Peer Network, the Government, Institutional and Non-Profit (GINP) Peer Network, the Certified Parking Professional (CPP) Peer Network and the Valet Peer Network.

“Peer networks provide our members with an opportunity to discuss specific issues exclusively with their counterparts around the world so they can share successes, challenges and best practices, make meaningful connections and learn from each others experiences”, said Christine Banning, NPA president. NPA offers leading industry benefits that bring the power of knowledge and networks together to discuss critical industry issues that have immediate impact on citizens, clients and communities.

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