San Francisco’s Residential Parking Permit Program Wants to Hear from You – 11 Community Workshops Scheduled For May & June 2016

San Francisco’s Residential Parking Permit Program Wants to Hear from You – 11 Community Workshops Scheduled For May & June 2016

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San Francisco’s Residential Parking Permit Program Wants to Hear from You
11 Community Workshops Scheduled For May & June 2016

The SFMTA is seeking public engagement and input to update and improve San Francisco’s Residential Parking Permit program. The program has been largely unchanged for 40 years, even as San Francisco has changed considerably. The SFMTA is seeking to update the program, align it with the city’s transportation goals and policies, and improve customer service for permit holders.

Eleven community workshops in each of the eleven supervisorial districts are scheduled for May and June 2016, to report final results from a recent citywide survey, research findings, discuss preliminary policy reform options and solicit public recommendations for program improvement. The public is invited to attend. Please come and attend one or all to share your ideas and/or provide input.

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About San Francisco’s Residential Permit Parking Program

The SFMTA is undertaking a comprehensive, data-driven evaluation of the Residential Permit Parking program. The evaluation includes data on existing trends and a citywide survey on residential parking. The completed program evaluation, including recommendations for program reform, will be presented to the SFMTA Board of Directors in fall 2016.

For more information about the Residential Parking Permit Evaluation & Reform Project visit:
https://www.sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/residential-parking-permit-evaluation-reform-project or email InfoRPP@sfmta.com

Come and let your voice be heard!

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