Public Affairs and Communications Officer Glenn Dives reviews some recent research commissioned by the BPA about local authorities parking penalty charges.
Public Affairs & Media Officer, Jo Audley examines the effect prices have on behaviour and whether there is sufficient encouragement to make travel choices for our health and the environment
Monday Musings: The race to decarbonise transport is on and the parking sector is playing a key role
This week, Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Sarah Greenslade looks at the process of decarbonisation in UK transport and the parking sector's role in the transition.
Corporate and Public Affairs Officer Glenn Dives has a look at some of the developments in the path to Net Zero.
Public Affairs and Media Officer Joanna Audley celebrates the success of a new scheme that recognises best-in-class car parks meeting the very highest of standards.
Corporate and Public Affairs Officer Glenn Dives looks ahead to the first-ever digital Parkex.
Technology, Innovation & Research Officer Joey Mclaughlan outlines some of the latest developments with the Alliance for Parking Data Standards.
BPA Head of Public Affairs and Communications Dave Smith provides an overview of the BPA's Model Contract system.
BPA Director of Corporate and Public Affairs Kelvin Reynolds takes a look at some of the work the parking sector is doing before looking ahead to diagnose some of the issues on the horizon.
Glenn Dives BPA Corporate and Public Affairs Officer talks about some of the fascinating conversations taking place on the BPA's Communities platform and how you can get involved.
BPA Programme Manager Julia Jepps talks about the importance of a new BPA initiative, Park Active, a joint project with the Department for Transport and local authorities which aims to put parking at the centre of our future transport network.
The latest edition of our Monday Musing Blog looks at the emerging issue of e-scooters and their place on the UK's road network.