Recently, at the IFHP International Congress in London, SFpark was named to the "Sustainia 100" as one of the 10 most outstanding civic projects.
IPI surveyed its membership to identify cities in the U.S. that are trend-setting and progressive in terms of their approach to parking. Founded in 1962, IPI is the world's largest association representing parking professionals and the parking industry.
Harvard has named SFpark one of the top 25 innovations in government. Selected by a cohort of policy experts, researchers, and practitioners, four finalists and one winner of the "Innovations in American Government Award" will be announced in the fall.
This week, SFMTA's SFpark project received the Excellence in Motion Award of Merit from the Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
This week SFpark won the Living Labs Global Award 2012 for Santiago de Chile. For the 2012 Living Labs Global Awards, twenty-one cities from around the world presented specific urban challenges and over 500 companies from 50 countries responded with their innovative solutions.
The SFpark project received one of five Public Managerial Excellence Awards at the 2012 MFAC Good Government Awards, held at San Francisco City Hall and presented by Mayor Edwin M. Lee last night.
San Francisco received the 2012 Sustainable Transport Award from the Institute for Transportation and Developmental Policy, for the City’s innovative parking management system and cycling and public space improvements.