SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The Parking Problem: Balancing local needs with regional aims

"To someone circling the block looking for a space, nothing seems like a more personal transportation challenge than parking. But in addition to being a local issue, every car, parking space, meter and curb in the Bay Area comprises a much larger regional challenge—as planners try to accommodate all modes of movement (cars, transit, bicycles and pedestrians) while also attempting to reduce driving in the region. Join us for a discussion of how we can resolve this tension between local needs and regional aims. With Redwood City Downtown Development Coordinator Dan Zack, and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Valerie Knepper and Doug Johnson." 

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Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s Smart Parking Symposium 2013

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From Transform: Sponsored by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America Link for more information: http://www.itsa.org/events/smartparkingsymposium For the first time, ITSA is bringing its Smart Parking Symposium to the West Coast. This event will cover the latest in smart parking technology, its application in the public space and the environmental and economic impact on the municipalities […]

SFMTA Plans Major Expansion of On-Street Car-Share Parking Spaces

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Curbside parking spaces reserved for car-share vehicles could become much more widespread in San Francisco under a proposed expansion of the Municipal Transportation Agency’s on-street car-share pilot program early next year. Last August, the SFMTA implemented 12 on-street pilot spaces with the non-profit organization City CarShare. Now the agency is planning an expansion of more than 100 spaces, which […]