Posts Tagged ‘parking’

SFCTA Completes Exhaustive Parking Study

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Streetsblog delves into the San Francisco County Tranportation Authority comprehensive On-Street Parking Management and Pricing Study and discussion at the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. Major recommendations revolve around changes to pricing – both for metering and residential parking permits, and the establishment of parking benefit districts.

Streetsblog San Francisco » SFCTA Completes Exhaustive Parking Study, Supervisors Delay Action.

SFCTA Report and Staff Memorandum can be found here.

Parking concerns stall development at former Sunnyvale Town & Country Village

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

The San Jose Mercury News reports that the Sunnyvale Planning Commsision denied development permits for downtown development primarily over concerns that the proposal does not provide enough parking for the new housing and commercial space.

Parking concerns stall development at former Sunnyvale Town & Country Village – San Jose Mercury News .

Parking policy initiatives in San Francisco

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

The San Francisco Bay Guardian discusses SF Park and other parking policies being discussed in San Francisco.

Turning point: Parking is quietly becoming the year’s big issue.

New parking regulations to free up space for Sunnyvale’s Caltrain neighbors

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

Sunnyvale’s City Council has approved permit parking along streets near the Caltrain station, allowing the City to better control spillover commuter parking without penalizing local residents.

New parking regulations to free up space for Sunnyvale’s Caltrain neighbors – San Jose Mercury News.