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SFPark Pilot Project Set to Begin Parking Sensor Installations

The Port of San Francisco set up their multiple parking space, variable price meters last year. Starting this weekend, the first pieces of the SFMTA’s SFPark pilot Project will be implemented on the streets of the Rincon Hill neighborhood and nearby. The initial project component is installation of the parking sensors. These devices are wireless and collect data about whether or not a parking spot is in use at any given time.  The map below outlines the areas that will be a part of the pilot project for SFPark – basically the Financial District, Jackson Square, Chinatown, Rincon Hill, South Beach, South Park, Mission Bay, Union Square, and Yerba Buena neighborhoods.

SFPark Project Area along waterfront

SFPark Project Area along waterfront

On Saturday, February 20th, a contractor will be closing off parking spaces and installing the sensors along certain blocks of streets in Rincon Hill. The streets where sensors will be installed along some blocks include:

  • The Embarcadero
  • Steuart Street
  • Spear Street
  • Main Street
  • Fremont Street
  • Second Street
  • New Montgomery
  • Mission Street
  • Howard Street
  • Stevenson Street
  • Jessie Street
  • Minna Street

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