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Partners

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The SFMTA has worked closely with a team of valued partners from academia, government, and the private sector to deliver the SFpark pilot project. Together, these organizations have not only helped improve parking in San Francisco, their contributions may lend insight to ways to help solve transportation challenges worldwide.

Organizational partners
United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) – Project funding, support and evaluation
Federal Highway Administration – Project funding, support and evaluation

USDOT evaluation team
Kevin Balke – Texas A & M University, Texas Transportation
Mark Burris – Texas A & M University, Texas Transportation
Jane Lappin – USDOT, Volpe National Transportation System Center
Sean Pierce – USDOT, Volpe National Transportation System Center
Lee Munnich – University of Minnesota, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
Emily Saunoi-Sandgren – University of Minnesota, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
Caroline Rodier – University of California, Davis; Urban Land Use and Transportation
Eric Schreffler – Transportation Consultant, ESTC Center
Susan Shaheen – University of California, Berkeley; Transportation Sustainability Research Center
Carol Zimmerman – Battelle Memorial Institute
Dave Williams – Battelle Memorial Institute

Academic advisory team
Donald Shoup – University of California, Los Angeles
Robert Hampshire – Carnegie Mellon University
Adam Millard-Ball – Stanford University
Rachel Weinberger – University of Pennsylvania

Major program partners
Serco Inc. – Prime contractor, procurement and subcontract administrator
Oracle – Data warehouse and business intelligence software and development
StreetSmart Technology LLC – Parking sensors
Affiliated Computer Solutions (ACS) – Parking sensor installation subcontractor, enforcement handhelds
IPS Group, Inc. – Single-space parking meters
Duncan Solutions – Multi-space parking meters
Words Pictures Ideas – Communications strategy, marketing, design, web/mobile
vs. Goliath – Communications strategy and marketing
Pay-By-Phone – Service provider for payment by cell phone

Program contributors
Pictoform – Parking garage signage
Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates – Data collection, evaluation, and policy analysis
Ewald & Wasserman Research Consultants – Data collection
Sensys Networks – Roadway sensors
DataPark – Parking garage revenue control system programming and price changes
Mobile Commons – Text messaging service and integration
511 / Metropolitan Transportation Commission