Two San Franciscans equals one parking spot 

Mayor Gavin Newsom opened his “what it’s worth file” this week and said there are 441,541 parking spaces in The City including on-street, off-street, paid and free spaces.

There are 808,976 residents in San Francisco, according to the latest census count.

The City is conducting a survey of parking spots citywide through SFPark in connection to a congestion-priced parking fee. Newsom hopes that charging more for parking during peak times in certain areas will bring in some much-needed dough for the Municipal Transportation Agency.

“It’s the first time in our city’s history we’ve done an inventory of parking in our city,” Newsom said in his weekly Internet address.

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