FINAL UPDATE: Delay at St. Francis Circle is clearing. Incident #KIngleside train was removed from service. OB #MOceanView and K lines resuming service. (More: 7 in last 48 hours)

Percentage of metered hours that meet parking occupancy targets

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Reset to default view
Export image
Download displayed data in excel format
Download complete/accessible data for this metric


Economic Vitality: Reliable transportation services that support the city and its economic recovery, and a street system that maximizes the movement of people and goods.


Percentage of metered hours that meet parking occupancy targets


Demand-responsive pricing opens up parking spaces on each block and reduces circling and double-parking. To gauge progress in improving parking availability, we track the percentage of metered hours that meet the parking availability goals of 1 or 2 spaces per metered block.


Percentage of metered hours that meet parking occupancy targets is determined by the number of metered hours with 60-80% occupancy by the total number of metered hours and is reported city-wide.


sum ([metered hours w/ 60-80% occupancy) ÷ sum ([total metered hours])


Achieve at least 67% Threshold in FY 22-23.

Reporting Frequency



For questions, comments and accessibility issues, please contact the Performance Team at


Policy goal: increase percent of metered hours with no rate change as this indicates achievement of price point and parking availability goals (1-2 spaces available on every block)

Historical values updated on 6/13/19 to reflect new calculation methodology: Achieve 60-80% parking occupancy at metered spaces.

Reported results are subject to change as data quality improves or new data becomes available.


Return to Performance Metrics