The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will begin collecting data and working with neighborhoods to “refine the parking management proposals,” writes Jay Primus of the agency’s SFPark program.

Looks like the work will take longer than the two months originally planned. From SFPark’s email newsletter, which you can sign up for here:

To accomplish the intensive engagement that has been requested with our limited staff, we are extending the schedule and separating the larger Mission Bay proposal into a proposal for each neighborhood. We expect to begin that process with each neighborhood according to the following schedule:

• 12th & Folsom — April
• 17th & Folsom — June
• Potrero Hill — August
• Dogpatch — September

We anticipate that additional community engagement and data collection will take approximately two months from the above start dates. We will then finalize each revised proposal and submit it for the approval process.

To make it easy to participate, we have created mailing lists specific to each neighborhood. Please sign up for your neighborhood mailing list so we can make certain that you are aware of next steps. For the Mission Bay area (i.e., north of Mariposa Street and east of 7th Street), next week we will send an email to that neighborhood’s mailing list outlining next steps.

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Rigoberto Hernandez is a journalism student at San Francisco State University. He has interned at The Oregonian and The Orange County Register, but prefers to report on the Mission District. In his spare time he can be found riding his bike around the city, going to Giants games and admiring the Stable building.

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