The effects of smart-parking on transit and traffic: Evidence from SFpark

To alleviate many parking-related externalities, several rapidly growing cities globally are optimizing parking through “smart-parking” programs, involving measures such as adjusting parking prices based upon demand, making payments easier, and significantly improving parking-related information dissemination. There are few rigorous empirical estimates regarding the efficacy of these policies, particularly for outcomes such as transit ridership or traffic flow, which are of key policy relevance. Exploiting features…

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