Frogparking has launched a white paper. It is focused on looking into the effects the COVID-19 pandemic is having on transportation and mobility.
The white paper uses California as a case study. Moreover, how this will change the way parking is offered as a consumer product.
In the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020, people’s mobility behavior has changed. Similarly, in response to the virus as part of a society-wide fight to slow the spread and flatten the curve. Frogparking’s white paper analyzes real data from a wide range of sources across the transport and mobility industry. Namely, to identify the size and scale of the changes and challenges the transportation and mobility industry will face as a result of the pandemic. Furthermore, the data and findings are presented in a user-friendly and easy way to understand.
The CEO of Frogparking, Shareena Sandbrook, says the company commissioned the research paper. In addition, to pull together data and insights about how mobility and parking are changing as a result of the pandemic.
“COVID-19 has changed the world and the way we do things forever. Many of the practices adopted during the peak of the fight against the virus are now society’s expectations. Further to this, even as more people get vaccinated against the virus and places begin reopening. Likewise, businesses, college campuses, cities, and households are making changes in this new world that we live in,” says Sandbrook.
The white paper uses real data and insights from across the mobility and transportation industry from the last 18 months. As a result, has given providers some context about the scale of the challenges on the horizon. Therefore, highlighting the ways the parking experience needs to adapt.
“It’s always easy to point out the problems, however not everyone can talk about solutions. That’s why this white paper not only seeks to point out the challenges providers of parking will face, but additionally will also offer solutions. Many new terms, practices, and ways of doing things have become the norm in an attempt to fight the virus” says Sandbrook.
Frogparking are the first to admit that there’s a lot of data out there at the moment. Moreover, from a range of sources. However, the aim with this white paper is to pull it all together. By the same token, to show providers of parking, at all sizes and scales, that the industry needs to change and adapt with COVID-19 friendly ways of interacting with their customers.
How to access
Frogparking’s white paper is recommended reading for all scales of parking providers. Particuarly, for those who are welcoming staff, visitors, students, or customers back post-pandemic. Furthermore, for people who want to find out more about what they can do to align the parking experience within the post-pandemic world.
Read the white-paper here: www.frogparking.com/parkingwhitepaper