SFpark

SFpark


See availability and rates for streets and City-owned garages across eight SFpark pilot areas:

• Marina
• Fisherman's Wharf
• Fillmore
• Financial District
• Civic Center
• Hayes Valley
• SoMa
• Mission

This FREE app is brought to you by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA).

SFpark is a federally funded demonstration of new approaches to parking management that make parking easier and faster in San Francisco. This means less circling and double-parking, leading to cleaner air, safer streets and a clearer path for public transit and emergency vehicles.

As of December 30, 2013, the parking sensors used to determine real-time on-street parking occupancy have been deactivated as parking sensor batteries have reached the end of their useful lives. The SFMTA continues to provide real-time parking availability information for SFpark garages as well as pricing information for on-street spaces in SFpark areas.

Recent changes:
2.0.2 Update
• The pricing display has been made the default view.
• On-street block faces are no longer displayed on the availability view.
• Price information has been expanded to include all on-street block faces in SFpark areas.

2.0.1 Update
• Updated map interface with double-tap zoom and "my location" indicator
• Improved display of block details including restricted and tow-away zones
• Bugfixes
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About SFpark
See availability and rates for streets and City-owned garages across eight SFpark pilot areas:

• Marina
• Fisherman's Wharf
• Fillmore
• Financial District
• Civic Center
• Hayes Valley
• SoMa
• Mission

This FREE app is brought to you by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA).

SFpark is a federally funded demonstration of new approaches to parking management that make parking easier and faster in San Francisco. This means less circling and double-parking, leading to cleaner air, safer streets and a clearer path for public transit and emergency vehicles.

As of December 30, 2013, the parking sensors used to determine real-time on-street parking occupancy have been deactivated as parking sensor batteries have reached the end of their useful lives. The SFMTA continues to provide real-time parking availability information for SFpark garages as well as pricing information for on-street spaces in SFpark areas.

Recent changes:
2.0.2 Update
• The pricing display has been made the default view.
• On-street block faces are no longer displayed on the availability view.
• Price information has been expanded to include all on-street block faces in SFpark areas.

2.0.1 Update
• Updated map interface with double-tap zoom and "my location" indicator
• Improved display of block details including restricted and tow-away zones
• Bugfixes

User reviews of SFpark
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 16, 2014
Saved me from driving around The only thing I felt was missing was integration with Google maps navigation. Other than that, this worked great and saved me time and money. I wish I knew of this earlier.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2014
Not good. Too slow. UI could be much bettet.
A Google User
Jan 18, 2014
Help for the down trodden Have been using this since Christmas. A great tool for finding available parking in this auto unfriendly city. SFMTA continues to try to balance their shortfalls on the backs of drivers with high citation fees. This app is very useful and I have found it accurate.
A Google User
Jan 12, 2014
Removed the only reason to use it They removed availability of street parking. Now there is no reason to use the app as garage parking will usually have a spot open. The screen shots also lie about usability.
A Google User
Dec 21, 2013
White and Yellow zones should not be included Tried parking near the Exploratorium yesterday. SFPark showed lots of availability nearby. Drove there, and the only spaces actually open were white and yellow loading zones - all others were occupied. SFPark should allow the user a selection to view only normal spaces and to ignore white/yellow loading zones.