The SFMTA today announced that all parking meters now accept payment by phone. Customers can pay for parking at City meters by phone, receive a reminder message when time is almost up, add time without returning to the meter, and receive a receipt via email.
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.
SFMTA offers tips and tools for safe, convenient holiday shopping—great transit options and parking information—to those planning to visit downtown San Francisco for shopping and entertainment this holiday season.
The SFMTA announces the release of its SFpark Android application.
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.
The SFMTA announces that the first demand-responsive rate adjustment of hourly parking rates at all on-street automobile SFpark meters will begin in late July. The rate changes are based on parking demand data collected from wireless parking sensors embedded in the street as part of SFpark.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee today joined the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) to announce the launch of real-time parking data for SFpark. This federally funded pilot project run by the SFMTA uses new smart parking management technologies and pricing policies to make it easier and faster to park in San Francisco.
The SFMTA, in conjunction with the SFpark project, will add the convenience of Pay-by-Phone technology to San Francisco meters, including those in the SFpark pilot areas as well as regular City and Port of San Francisco meters later this year.
The SFMTA today announced that it will implement new meter time limits in SFpark pilot areas, starting with the Marina District today. SFpark meters in the Marina pilot area will increase to four-hour limits.
SFMTA will begin applying the SFpark approach to setting parking rates at City-owned garages participating in the SFpark project.