Residential Permit Parking Reform Project Brief
The SFMTA has completed a comprehensive, data-driven evaluation of the Residential Permit Parking program (RPP). The evaluation included data collection and analysis on trends, a review of best practices in on-street parking management in residential areas, and robust public engagement, including a citywide survey on residential parking. Policy reform recommendations were presented to the SFMTA Board of Directors in fall 2017. The Board directed staff to modify some of the proposed reform measures to reduce the impact on schools, implement the pilot projects individually and conduct additional outreach.
Public Outreach and Communications
Staff implemented a comprehensive citywide outreach program with multiple opportunities for residents and businesses to engage with the planning process.
• A community workshop in every Supervisorial District and six community open houses
• Presentations to 12 neighborhood associations and business groups