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San Francisco Downtown Pick-Up and Delivery Gerald Robbins San Francisco Department of Parking and Traffic
San Francisco Geography Water on 3 Sides 47.4 Sq. Miles Compact Development
Downtown San Francisco Narrow Streets: 40’-50’ Wide Curb-to-Curb Not Many Alleys Limited Parking Office Development
Downtown Parking Limited Supply Expensive Not Required Downtown 25 Percent Parking Tax
Goods Movement Problems Many Ineffective Off-Street Docks Many On-Street Zones Occupied by Others Delivery Trucks Frequently Double-Park
Off-Street Loading Docks Not Required Until 1957 Most Only 35’ Deep Many Only 12’ High
Loading Dock Problems
Loading Dock Problems (cont.)
Street Impacts Inside the Dock Outside the Dock
On-Street Loading Zones Yellow Curbs in California Violators Can BeTowed 30-Minute Time-Limit
Non-Delivery Vehicles in Freight Zones
Non-Delivery Vehicles (cont.)
Results: Double-Parking, Congestion
California Vehicle Code Section Allows commercial vehicles to park more than 18” from the curb if reasonably necess- ary to accomplish loading or unloading of merchandise or passengers
Part-Time Loading Zones
Special Truck Loading Zones “Trucks” Only Yellow and Black Curb No Station Wagons Doesn’t Address Vans, SUVs
Installed Parking Meters in Loading Zones Intended to reinforce 30-Minute Time Limit Companies Don’t Want to Give Drivers Cash Not Actively Enforced
Raised Parking Fines Recently Raised From $30 to $50 Not Always a Deterrent
Towing Violators Very Effective Lot of Gripes
Trucks With 6 Wheels Only Eliminates Pick-Ups, Vans and SUVs Some Resistance from 4-Wheeled Delivery Operators
Other Approaches Debit Card Payment Higher Fines
Conclusions Off-Street Docks – Better Coordination With Land Use Regulators On-Street Requires Vigorous Enforcement Need to Find Space for Contractors
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