In 2006, planners in the City and County of San Francisco to promote an overhaul of the city were parking policy, which they claimed would, unfair and unwise to correct subsidies for automobile users. The effort was designed to allow market forces to play a greater role in determining parking fees by playing, among other things, the increase in prices of residential parking spaces on the street in the neighborhood where it was scarce, and the increase in parking meter Prices on downtown streets, and amending zoning regulations, sp … Read more »

In 2006, planners in the City and County of San Francisco to promote an overhaul of the city were parking policy, which they claimed would, unfair and unwise to correct subsidies for automobile users. The effort was designed to allow market forces to play a greater role in determining parking fees by playing, among other things, the increase in prices of residential parking spaces on the street in the neighborhood where it was scarce, and the increase in parking meter Prices on downtown streets, and amending zoning regulations that had to offer the minimum number of off-street parking, the developers of new residential and commercial projects indicated. The parking reform proposals are controversial and can be used to support a discussion about the nature of economic efficiency and the ability to produce efficiency-minded reforms politically acceptable. HKS case number 1877.0
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Andrea Broaddus,
Jose Gomez-Ibanez
13 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 31, 2007. Prod #: HKS346-PDF-ENG
Parking in San Francisco HBR case solution

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