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Description: This dataset includes publicly available off-street parking in San Francisco as of September 2011. The zipped data folder contains the dataset as a shapefile and a CSV, a PDF data dictionary, and a PDF map as a dataset preview.

The data provides:

  • Location, capacities, and related details of public parking garages and lots

  • Four parking categories:

    • Paid, publicly available (PPA): drive up and pay, typically by the hour or by the day

    • Customer parking only (CPO): typically for businesses or religious institutions

    • Permit holder only (PHO, CGO): i.e. employees only, students only, monthly only

    • Free publicly available (FPA): free off-street parking

The data does not contain:

  • Off-street residential parking spaces

  • Other unmarked "private" parking

Agency Name: San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Date Released: September 16, 2011.
Time Period: September 2011
Frequency: Periodically
Location of dataset:
Format: Shapefile, CSV, PDF map
Location of Data Dictionary: PDF included in zipped data folder


Written by jastaneda
Where is the link to download?

Written by jastaneda
can someone please let me know if this data is available, or what i need to do in order to start the process of acquiring the data?

thank you.

Written by jnath
Asking SFMTA why there is no dataset associated with this entry. Sorry for letting this slip by.

-DataSF Admin

Written by rememesa
Removed by a moderator.

Written by charlesbelov
If you go to the link "Publicly Accessible Parking

Spaces," which goes to,

there are two links in the text body where you agree to

the disclaimer and download the dataset.

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