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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

WTS-Boston Summer Tour (11:45 AM - 01:30 PM) Eastern Standard Time
Event's details
July 17, 2013
11:45 AM - 01:30 PM
The Chelsea Street Bridge is a vertical-lift bridge that carries Chelsea Street between East Boston, Massachusetts, and Chelsea, Massachusetts, over the Chelsea Creek. It reopened to traffic on May 12, 2012, after a $125.3M construction project replaced the previous drawbridge. The span is 450 feet with a vertical clearance of 175 feet. There are two lanes and a sidewalk in each direction.
 

The Chelsea Street Bridge is a vertical-lift bridge that carries Chelsea Street between East Boston, Massachusetts, and Chelsea, Massachusetts, over the Chelsea Creek. It reopened to traffic on May 12, 2012, after a $125.3M construction project replaced the previous drawbridge. The span is 450 feet with a vertical clearance of 175 feet. There are two lanes and a sidewalk in each direction.
Innovative Parking Programs - A Panel about Demand-Based Parking Programs and Technologies (12:30 PM - 02:00 PM) Central Standard Time
Event's details
July 17, 2013
12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
SFMTA
One South Van Ness Avenue, 2nd Floor Atrium
San Francisco, CA , 94103

The panel event will explore innovative demand-based parking programs in Berkeley and San Francisco. Panelists will discuss motivations behind the parking programs, as well as the challenges and successes of implementation. Bringing together City agencies and private enterprise, the panel will also address how the latest parking technology tools serve as an integral part of these pioneering programs. Panel members include Willa Ng (City of Berkeley), Jay Primus (SFpark) and Thomas Valley (Fybr).
 

The panel event will explore innovative demand-based parking programs in Berkeley and San Francisco. Panelists will discuss motivations behind the parking programs, as well as the challenges and successes of implementation. Bringing together City agencies and private enterprise, the panel will also address how the latest parking technology tools serve as an integral part of these pioneering programs. Panel members include Willa Ng (City of Berkeley), Jay Primus (SFpark) and Thomas Valley (Fybr).
 
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