Doug Porter

last updated 12/5/2016

Doug Porter

Parking Manager at IU Simon Cancer Center

Location:
535 Barnhill Drive (Outpatient) & 1030 W Michigan St (Outpatient & Inpatient), Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
HQ Phone:
(317) 944-5000

General Information

Experience

Parking Operations - IU Credit Union

Education

diploma

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http://blog.t2systems.com/blog/michael-sahm/t2-executive-forum-connects-industry-leaders?CategoryId=9d989758-d292-415b-8474-4c7445cef100

Sessions focused on parking asset monetization by Ken Kimball of Texas A&M and Doug Porter of IU provided a good perspective on this trend both from financial and process perspective.

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http://www.wane.com/dpp/news/education/pranks-aside-iu-emergency-phones-seldom-used

IU Parking Manager Doug Porter defended the phones, which cost $5,000 to purchase and another $5,000 to install.
He noted that cellphone batteries can die and that the emergency phones could come in handy if a student's car has a flat tire. "A driver may not need to call 911, but they can call a friend or AAA, and that makes the situation much safer," Porter said.

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http://www.idsnews.com/news/story.aspx?id=72629

IU Parking Manager Doug Porter led the brigade through below-freezing weather while the group acknowledged poorly lit areas in the Arboretum, outside the Herman B Wells Library and Dunn Woods.
Although the group has been doing this twice a year for 20 years, the climate relating to campus safety has changed following a student death this semester. A task force on traffic safety also did a campus walk-through earlier this year to identify potential danger zones for pedestrians crossing streets. As a result, they recommended implementing "safe zones" where pedestrians would have the right-of-way if entering one of these spots before an automobile. Porter said Thursday's mission was to look for areas where people could become scared and alone while walking. The eight in attendance were made up of IU students and people from various IU facility and utility departments and women's affairs. Porter also gave the group examples of safe, well-lit areas on campus. "See what new construction can do? Porter said, acknowledging the bright grass area

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