- Colliers North American Parking Rate Survey 2012
- Colliers North American Parking Rate Survey 2010
- Austin The First In U.S. But Nearly A Year Behind Winnipeg
- Happy 75th anniversary, oh parking meter
- Osborne Village Parking Study Survey
- Minneapolis Launches America's Largest Bike-Sharing System
- Winnipeg Square Parkade Transferred to Crown Properties
Released: October 2, 2012
Reflecting slow growth trends in the greater economy, the cost of downtown daily parking rates increased by an average of 1.6 percent year-over-year in 2012.
Released: August 20, 2010
Colliers' 10th annual North America Parking Rate Survey again indicates that even in the face of economic hardship, parking garage owners and operators have managed to hold rates steady, providing little relief to businesses or consumers.
Released: August 13, 2010
Austin announced that it will be the first U.S. city to have all solar powered pay stations and meters. Winnipeg has had the benefits of solar power when it replaced all meters with pay stations in the fall of 2009.
Released: July 16, 2010
As you sift through your pockets Friday looking for change to pay the parking meter, stop and take a moment to wish it a happy birthday.
Released: June 16, 2010
The Osborne Village BIZ and Winnipeg Parking Authority are examining the current parking situation within the Osborne Village area in Winnipeg. MMM Group Limited has been hired to undertake the study.
Released: June 14, 2010
Good morning. And the sun is rising on a wave of new bike-sharing programs in America as well. Minneapolis just launched Nice Ride, the nation's largest bike-sharing system to date.
Released: May 1, 2010
Effective May 1, 2010, ownership of the Winnipeg Square Parkade has been transferred from the Winnipeg Parking Authority to Crown Properties. Questions regarding this facility should be directed to their parking services provider Imperial Parking at 204-943-3578.