SFPark Takes The Pain Out Of Parking

SFPark Takes The Pain Out Of Parking
technology

The City of San Francisco has launched an ambitious project seeking to ease the pain of finding a parking spot while cleaning up the city's air and tidying its streets.

Stephanie Pottinger
  • 26 april 2011

The City of San Francisco has launched an ambitious project seeking to ease the pain of finding a parking spot while cleaning up the city’s air and tidying its streets. SFPark project, which Mayor Edwin Lee unveiled last week, will allow drivers to use a web or iPhone app to find available parking spaces throughout the city in realtime:

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