Friday, July 25, 2014

SFpark Success – Cars Win Again!

Parking meters are expensive to install and maintain. How much #freetransit could you buy with this money? Many solutions for the problem of cars in the city are just a waste of money and prolong the problem.
SFpark Success – Shoup Wins Again! | ELP: "The report found that the average parking rates were lower, parking availability improved, the ease of finding and paying for parking improved, greenhouse gas emissions declined, and vehicle miles traveled decreased. "

Monday, July 21, 2014

June’s heat was record-breaking, for the planet, California and San Francisco - SFGate Blog

SFGate Blog: "June’s average temperature — 61.2 degrees — marked the 38th consecutive June that the mercury has been above the 20th century average, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration."

Friday, July 4, 2014

Cars feel cheap because you don't pay per trip

Co.Design | business + design: "Almost 40% of travel within San Francisco is taken by personal car. This does not include cars coming into or going out of the city. What are these people thinking? Probably that cars are really versatile, really convenient (if they are parked in your driveway), and even though you are paying hundreds of dollars per month in depreciation, insurance, parking, maintenance, and fuel costs, no one charges you to get in your own car and go, so they feel really cheap even though they're not."