The Politics of Congestion-Priced Parking: An Evaluation of the SFpark program

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Author(s):  Daniel G. Chatman and Michael Manville

In 2011 San Francisco initiated SFpark, one of the first tests of congestion-priced street parking in the country. SFpark’s explicit goal was to reduce cruising for parking and as a consequence induced a host of other benefits, such as making walking and cycling safer and increasing the speed and reliability of the city’s buses and trolleys. SFpark’s slogan is “live more, circle less,” and our research examined whether SFpark’s implementation of congestion-priced parking achieved its stated goal of reducing cruising for parking

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