SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Stop circling the block: How technology will change parking in SF

"Generating accurate information about parking patterns has proven to be a challenging task—not a surprise given that one of the most technologically advanced tracking methods in use is the application of chalk to the tires of parked cars. This, however, is set to change. Tod Dykstra of Streetline will show the methods and technology that are staged to change how the flow of parking is tracked and managed, with demonstrations of the hardware and software that make real-time, spot-by-spot tracking of parking a possibility."

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