The SFMTA and the U.S. Department of Transportation are both now preparing to evaluate the SFpark pilot using data collected during the pilot project. As the pilot phase comes to a close in 2014, the project will continue to operate and any major changes will be considered after evaluation is completed in Spring 2014. In the meantime, there will be some changes to the SFpark mobile app and the data feed that some other private parking mobile apps also use. (read more...)
The source code for the recently updates to the SFpark Android app, iOS app, and online map are now freely available via GitHub.
Deloitte analysts William D. Eggers & Joshua Jaffe review how mobile technologies like SFMTA's SFpark app help drive productivity and improve the services a government provides its citizens.
Today, the SFMTA aunched a new interactive parking map for SFpark.org. The SFMTA developed the new map in collaboration with OpenGeo, a division of the non-profit OpenPlans and a leader in open source geospatial technology.
SFpark's Android and iPhone source code is now freely available to third-party developers.
The SFMTA announces the release of its SFpark Android application.
Eric Jaffe reviews five great U.S. city parking apps, including the SFpark app.
The SFMTA launches a text message service for SFpark garages. Customers can receive parking availability and pricing information for the 14 SFpark garages, along with garage locations and hours of operation.
KALW's Laura Miner takes a look at the SFpark app and shares some "secret" parking tips based on live SFpark data.
NPR's Richard Gonzales takes a look at the SFpark app and demand-responsive pricing.