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San Francisco Transportation Fact Sheet

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SAN FRANCISCO TRANSPORTATION FACT SHEET November 2009

Physical Characteristics Statistic Area – Land (Square Miles) Highest Elevation (Mount Davidson) Demography Statistic Resident Population (2008 American Community Survey (ACS)) Estimated Population 2010 Population 18 Years of Age or Over (2008 ACS) No. of Jobs 16 Years of Age or Over (2008 ACS) Non-SF Residents Commuting to SF (MTC data analysis of ACS 2006 data) SF Residents Commuting Out of SF (2008 ACS) Estimated Daytime San Francisco Population Occupied Housing Units (2008 ACS) Owner Occupied Housing Units (2008 ACS) Renter Occupied Housing Units (2008 ACS) Average Number of Persons Per Occupied Housing Unit (2008 ACS) Hotel Rooms (2009) Number 808,976 818, 163 690,350 442,831 522,229 92,178 945,480 323,339 127,625 195,714 2.5 32,976 (40%) (60%) (85%) Percent Source (4) (4) (4) (4) (5) (4) (3) (4) (4) (4) (4) (6) Number 47.35 970' Source (1) (2)

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

One South Van Ness Avenue, Seventh Fl. San Francisco, CA 94103 | Tel: 415.701.4500 | Fax: 415.701.4430 | www.sfmta.com

San Francisco Vehicles and Drivers Statistic Vehicle Registration (12/31/08) Autos Trucks Motorcycles Trailers TOTAL Driver’s Licenses Issued (2008) Total Disabled Placards (As of Aug. 2007) Registered Vehicle Density (Vehicles/Square Mile) Vehicles Per Capita Vehicles Available By Household (ACS 2008) Number Of Vehicles Available No Vehicle 1 Vehicle 2 Vehicles 3 Vehicles or More TOTAL Households Total Vehicles Available in Households (estimated) See source footnote on households with 4 or 5 vehicles. Average Vehicles Available per Household Number Of Households 96,355 138,066 67,901 20,694 323,016 335,950 Percent 29.8 42.7 21 6.4 100.0 Source (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (38) 379,898 61,755 20,144 8,536 470,333 534,829 81% 13% 4% 2% 100% Number Percent Source (7) (7) (7) (7) (7) (7) (7) (7) 55,058 (8) 9,932 0.58 (9)

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Estimated Increase in Vehicle Population in SF on a Typical Work Day These numbers can be used to estimate the net change in the number of vehicles in the city at 4 a.m. and noon on a work day. Highway Bay Bridge Entries and Exits Golden Gate Bridge Entries and Exits I-280 to/from San Mateo County Entries and Exits US 101 to/from San Mateo County Entries and Exits Total Daytime Increase In Vehicles Highways and Streets Roadway Type Freeways (including ramps and freeway to freeway exchanges) Streets (includes unaccepted) Park Streets (in Golden Gate Park, Presidio, McLaren Park & Lincoln Park) Military (in Hunters Point Shipyard & Fort Mason) Private TOTAL Paved Street Area (Sq. Ft.) Record Widest Street (Between Property Lines) Longest Street Oldest Street Steepest Street Miles Of Road 59 946 65 12 6 1,088 195,000,000 Street and Statistic Junipero Serra Blvd. (254’) Mission Street (7.29 miles) Grant Avenue (1835) Filbert Street (31.5%) (Hyde to Leavenworth) Source (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (11) Source (12) (13) (2) (13) Volume +20,000 +13,100 +6,400 -4,400 +35,400 Source (10) (10) (10) (10) (10)

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Means of Transportation to Work (San Francisco Residents) Mode Drive Alone Carpool Public Transportation Taxicab, Motorcycle or other Bicycle Walk Worked at Home TOTAL Intersections, Signs, and Signals Statistic Year First Traffic Signal Installed Estimated No. of Intersections No. of Signalized Intersections No. of Parking Restriction Signs No. of Regulatory Signs No. of Warning Signs No. of Guide Signs No. of Street Name Signs Miles of Striped Streets Number 1921 7,200 1,181 103,000 36,000 12,000 12,000 54,000 900 Source (14) (45) (45) (16) (16) (16) (16) (16) (16) 2000 Percent 40.5 10.8 31.1 1.6 2.1 9.4 4.6 100% 2008 Percent 38.4 8.4 31.9 1.8 2.7 9.4 7.5 100% Change -2.1 -2.4 +.8 +0.2 +0.6 0 +2.9 Source (3)

Red Light Cameras (2008) Statistic No. of Intersections Enforced By Red Light Cameras (2009) No. of Red Light Camera Violations Issued (2008) Number 25 16,479 Source (17) (17)

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Reported Collisions (2007) Statistic Non-Fatal Pedestrian Injury Collisions Fatal Pedestrian Collisions Non-Fatal Bicycle Injury Collisions Fatal Bicycle Collisions Total Non-Fatal Collisions (all modes) Total Fatal Collisions Transit Statistic Avg. Weekday Boardings Regular Weekday Transit Routes Regular Fare Regular Fast-Pass Cost Priority Bus Lanes No. of Diesel Buses No. of Cable Cars No. of Historic Streetcars No. of Light Rail Vehicles (Metro) No. of Trolley Buses Total Service Vehicles Single Track - Light Rail Vehicles (gauge 4' 8 1/2") Cable Car (gauge 3' 6") Number 672,000 80 $2.00 $55 14.8 Miles 460 40 39 151 331 1021 71.5 Miles 8.8 Miles (19) (19) Source (19) (19) (19) (19) (20) (19) (19) (19) (19) (19) Number 796 24 451 1 3,021 42 Source (15) (15) (15) (15) (15) (15)

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Bicycles Statistic Bicycle Path (Class I) Miles Bicycle Lane (Class II) Miles Wide Curb Lane (Class III) Miles Signed Only (Class III) Miles Total Route Miles Bicycle Racks Bicycle Lockers Number 23 44 52 79 208 1,550 62 Source (21)

Vanpools (2009) Statistic Originating in SF registered with 511 Rideshare Destined to SF registered with 511 Rideshare On-Street Vanpool Parking Permits (Sept.08-Aug.09) Number 24 137 78 (23) Source (22)

Carpools (2009) Statistic Carpoolers originating in SF registered with 511 Rideshare Carpoolers destined to SF registered with 511 Rideshare On-Street Carpool Parking Areas
(SFGH and CPMC)

Number 1,339 3,037 2 62

Source (22)

(23)

On-Street Carpool Parking Permits (May 2009)

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Taxis (2009) Statistic Medallions Rates: (2009) Category Flag Drop Each 1/5 mile or fraction thereof Each additional minute waiting/traffic time delay Airport Exit Surcharge Jitneys (2008) Statistic Operating Jitneys Approximate # of Private Business Employee Shuttles (Hotel, Airport, and Hospital Shuttles not included) Downtown Parking Costs (December 2008) Statistic Cost of Privately-Managed Parking: Daily Hourly Monthly $10-$48 $2-$21 $170 - $725 Cost Source (36) Number 1 30 Source (40) (42) Rate $3.10 $0.45 $0.45 $2.00 Source (46) Number 1,500 Source (24)

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Parking Supply Statistic On-Street Parking Spaces (estimated) (includes metered spaces) Off-Street Downtown (2001) Remainder of City (estimated) Total Parking Supply (estimated) White Zones Green Zones Yellow Zones Blue Zones Taxi Zones Number 320,000 66,800 225,000 603,000 1,614 367 3,992 556 58 (43) (43) (43) (43) (43) Source (24, 32) (26)

Parking Meters and Rates (July 2009) Statistic Downtown (Area 1) Downtown Periphery (Area 2) Fisherman’s Wharf (Area 4) Remainder of City (Area 3) Citywide Motorcycle Meters Citywide Off-Street Metered Lots Number of Metered Vehicle Spaces (non-motorcycle) Total number of metered spaces Hourly Rate $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 3.00 $ 2.00 $0.40 to $0.70 $2.00 to $3.00 Number Of Meters 4,942 4,340 405 14,701 2,640 705 25,093 27,733 Source (27) (27) (27) (27) (27) (27) (27) (27)

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Parking Meter Revenue Statistic Annual Meter Revenue* (FY 2008-2009) Annual Revenue per Meter Number $32,468,579 $1,171 Source (28) (28, 30)

*(Includes parking meter card revenue and construction meter fee revenue).

City-Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities and Lots (2009) Statistic Attended Parking Facilities No. of Facilities No. of Parking Spaces Metered Lots No. of Metered Lots No. of Parking Spaces Total Off-Street Spaces FY Net 2008-09 Revenue of Garages And Attended Lots Electrical Vehicle Chargers* (one inductive and conductive charger) *Charging free but must pay parking rates. Residential Permit Parking Program Statistic Residential Permit Parking Areas (2008) No. of Residential Parking Permits Issued (FY2007-08) Annual Temporary Permits Revenue Received for All Permits (FY 2007-08) Number 27 85,818 2,355 $7,099,513 Source (31) (31) (31) (31) Number 20 14,546 20 582 15,128 $38,279,305 12 Source (32) (32) (32) (32) (36) (32) (43)

Note: the fee for Annual Residential permits is $76. RPP revenue as reported is for all permits which includes all categories of permits issued

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Parking Enforcement (FY 2007-08) Statistic No. of Budgeted Parking Control Officers (PCO) Positions No. of PCO Supervisors, Directors, and Assistant Directors No. of Dispatchers Annual Parking Citations Issued
Note: this includes citations issued by other agencies (SFPD and others) that SFMTA processes and includes parking and transit citations. Not all citations are written by SFMTA Enforcement.

Number 280 30 25 1,932,416

Source (34) (34) (34) (33)

Parking Ticket Revenue (FY 2007-08) Statistic Parking Ticket Revenue Parking Citations (FY 2008) Violation and Code Number Street Cleaning T37C Parking Meter Violation – Outside Downtown T202 Residential Permit Parking T315A Parking Meter Violation – Downtown T202.1 All Other Violations
(Includes citations issued by other agencies & transit)

Number $92,920,218

Source (28)

Number 562,066 311,111 209,651 206,420 176,833 59,533 50,234 41,582 36,348 34,110

Percent 29.09 16.10 10.85 10.68 9.15 3.08 2.60 2.15 1.88 1.77

Source (35)

Parking On Grades T58A No Registration Tabs V5204A Parking on Sidewalk V22500F No Plates V5200 No Stopping- Downtown T32A.1

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Violation and Code Number Driveway V22500E Overtime Parking – Outside Downtown T32C.2 Yellow Zone – Outside Downtown T38B.1 Double Parking V22500H Yellow Zone-Downtown T38B Red Zone T38A No Stopping – Outside Downtown T32A.2 Truck Loading Zones T33.3 No Parking T32B Overtime Parking – Downtown T32.C1 White Zone T38C Crosswalks V22500B Fire Hydrant V22514 TOTAL

Number 30,941 28,234 24,942 24,145 23,146 18,179 17,984 17,016 14,666 13,698 11,434 10,953 9,190 1,932,416

Percent 1.60 1.46 1.29 1.25 1.20 0.94 0.93 0.88 0.76 0.71 0.59 0.57 0.48 100%

Source

Note: Total includes combined parking and transit citations from other agencies.

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List of Sources 1. San Francisco Chronicle, 9/11/99, “Just how big is S.F?” page A1. 2. San Francisco Almanac, Gladys C. Hansen, San Francisco Chronicle Books 3. 3. 2000 U.S. Census, S0801 and PHC-T-40 Estimated Daytime Population and Employment Residence Rations: 2000. Commuting Characteristics by Sex, 2008 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. http://Factfinder.census.gov. Retrieved 10/8/09. 4. U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey: Commuting Characteristics by Sex, Physical Housing Characteristics by Housing Units: http://factfinder.census.gov/. Retrieved 10/6/08. 5. San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), ACS 2006 San Francisco Bay Area Data Highlights Report, Nov. 2007. Charles Purvis: (510) 8175755. 6. San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, www.sfcvb.org. Retrieved on 10/6/09. 7. Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), www.dmv.ca.gov, Retrieved 10/6/09, Forecasting/MIS, Lynn Chu (916) 657-7855 and Matt Macey, Forecasting Unit. 8. Total number of registered vehicles divided by the area of land surface. 10/6/09 9. Vehicles divided by estimated population.10/6/09 10. Caltrans, traffic counts, computed average of peak hour volume data (total vehicles into SF between 4 AM and 12 PM) - (total vehicles in and out of SF between 4 AM and 12 PM) for typical weekdays as of 5/2009. Jennie Rector, (916) 654-4578. 11. Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering, Joe Ovadia (415) 558-4004. 12. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), Transportation Engineering Division, Jerry Robbins, (415) 701-4490. 13. Department of Public Works, Street Use and Mapping, (415) 554-5810. 14. SFMTA, Director of Transportation Engineering, Bond Yee, (415) 701-4677. 15. “San Francisco 2007 Collision Report”, Department of Parking and Traffic, Traffic Engineering Division, October, 2008. 16. SFMTA, Traffic Sign Shop, (415) 554-9797. 17. SFMTA, Red Light Camera Program, Richard Cho, (415) 701-4590. 18. SFMTA, Sustainable Streets, Transportation Engineering.

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19. SFMTA, San Francisco Municipal Railway Short Range Transit Plan 2008-2027 20. SFMTA, Public Life Planning Section, Javad Mirabdal, (415) 701-4421. 21. SFMTA-Public Life Planning Section, Bicycle Program, (415) 585-BIKE, http://bicycle.sfmta.com. 22. 511 Rideshare, Deborah Maus, Maus@PBWorld.com, (510) 273-3660. 9/24/09. 23. SFMTA, Dede Owens, Residential Permit Parking, (415) 503-2020. 24. SFMTA, Christina Hayashi, Director of Taxis and Accessible Services, 9/10/09. 25. 946 miles of road x 2 sides per road x 5280 feet per mile / 25 feet per space x 0.8 (to factor for driveways and intersections). 26. Planning Department, “Downtown Plan Monitoring Report 2004,” page 35. 27. SFMTA, Parking Meter Shop, George Reynolds, (415) 550-2739. 28. SF Municipal Transportation Agency Finance Section, Li Zhang, (415) 701-4771. 9/10/09. 29. Revenue divided by number of meters. 30. SFMTA, Transportation Engineering, Bryant Woo (701-4569). 31. SFMTA, Parking Operations Manager, Off-Street Parking Division: Nita RabeUyeno, 701-5220. 32. SFMTA, Customer Service, Citations and RPP Division, Victoria Einhaus, 2553931. Residential Permits Issued: 85,818 (SFRPPHST ACT 7/1/09) Temporary Permits Issued: 2,355 (SFRPPHST SUM (7/1/09) RPP Total Revenue:$7,099,518.00 (FAMIS). Retrieved 9/10/09. 33. SFMTA, Finance and Administration Division, Steve Bell, (415) 701-4665. 34. SFMTA, Div. of Safety, Security and Enforcement Division, Debbi Borthne, (415) 553-1620 35. ACS State and Local Solutions “Payment by Violation Type” Data is captured for T38N from July 07 to August 08; as of 8/1/08, Violation Code V21211 replaced T38N. Department of Parking and Traffic-Enforcement, Victoria Einhaus. Data updated as of 7/13/09. 36. SFMTA-Transportation Planning, Eric Ganther, SFPark, Off Street Parking Study. 9/11/09. 37. SFMTA-Sustainable Streets Division, Transportation Planning, Sample Private Parking Rate Survey completed in December, 2008 by Sam Fielding. 38. The number of households with more than 3 vehicles was multiplied by 3.06 based on the proportion of households that reported 4 or 5 vehicles in the 2000 census. 39. SFMTA, Transportation Engineering Section, Jack Fleck, 701-4642.

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40. SF Police Department Permit Bureau 553-1116 and SFMTA-Planning. 41. 2005-2006 San Francisco Bicycle Injury Collision Report 42. SFMTA website: City owned garages with Electrical Vehicle Chargers, http://www.sfmta.com/cms/pgar/garages.htm. Retrieved on 9/10/09. 43. SFMTA, Color Curb Program, Kathleen McEvoy, 701-4607. 9/18/09. 44. Number of signals: Lauren Green, SFMTA, Signal Shop, September 10, 2009. 45. SFMTA Taxis, http://www.sfmta.com/cms/xcust/indxtxcust.htm. Retrieved on 9/10/09

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