This document describes the process developed by the SFpark team to reconcile parking meter configuration data moving between heterogeneous database systems.
The SFMTA created this form to standardize what data is collected for each block when making parking management decisions.
The SFMTA used lessons learned from the pilot to develop a new specification for a 2013 parking meter RFP, which required parking meter vendors to evolve and enhance their products. This will enable the SFMTA and other cities to do more sophisticated and effective parking management in the future.
How the SFMTA makes parking management decisions
On- and off-street parking supply in San Francisco
This document describes how transactional parking sensor data is collected and processed for analysis in the SFMTA’s SFpark data warehouse, particularly for the purpose of conducting demand-responsive rate adjustments. Additionally, it explains the assumptions and decisions made when interpreting and analyzing the data. The document concludes with a guide to be used in conjunction with…
As part of the SFpark pilot, the SFMTA used a network of in-ground parking sensors in 8,200 on-street parking spaces. The sensors used for the SFpark pilot were provided by StreetSmart Technologies (now known as Fybr). These sensors utilized a magnetometer to detect when vehicles entered and exited a space. The primary purposes of these sensors were…
Car sharing policy and pilot project
On-street car sharing pilot evaluation