The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will carry out its sixth demand-responsive rate adjustment at SFpark garages on April 1, 2013.
New policy intends to improve parking availability and reduce congestion by preventing circling for on-street parking during events.
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.
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 San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will carry out its ninth demand-responsive rate adjustment at on-street SFpark parking meters on January 16.
In this edition of Wired's Observation Deck, Senior Editor Adam Rogers compares the SFMTA's "super convenient" SFpark meters with those featured in Ridley Scott's futuristic film Blade Runner.
On January 6, SFpark meters, like all other SFMTA parking meters in the city, will begin operating on Sundays 12 pm to 6 pm. Meters in Fisherman’s Wharf will continue to operate on Sundays 7 am to 7 pm.
Since taking effect in April 2011, average hourly SFpark meter rates have dropped by 14 cents from $2.73 to $2.59 at the 7,000 SFpark meters. Overall, 17 percent of those meters offer hourly rates of $1 or less
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will carry out its fifth demand-responsive rate adjustment at SFpark garages on January 1, 2013.
San Francisco Examiner states "Since The City introduced its nationally recognized SFpark system last year, parking rates at city-owned garages have fallen by 20 percent — with many lots now cheaper than nearby street meters."