The SFMTA announces the release of its SFpark Android application.
Eric Jaffe reviews five great U.S. city parking apps, including the SFpark app.
Before rushing ahead with a weekday parking tax proposed last week for the downtown area, Chicago officials should closely study a new experiment on the West Coast, experts say.
The SFMTA will implement its second demand-responsive rate adjustment at on-street SFpark meters in mid-October. As in the first rate adjustment, over two-thirds of the rates will decrease or remain the same.
Yesterday, the SFMTA’s SFpark project began a pilot test of using on-street parking spaces for car sharing. A total of eleven on-street parking spaces will be dedicated to car sharing.
The SFMTA has developed a book to share details about SFpark project implementation. This book is a resource to other cities, academics, and anyone who is interested in the project. It is available for download here.
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.
SFpark is expanding its parking sensor program this summer, adding 1,200 spaces to the 7,000 spaces that currently have sensors. New sensors will be installed in the Financial District, SoMa, Civic Center, Fillmore, Mission, Marina and Fisherman’s Wharf.