San Francisco Curb Study

San Francisco Curb Study

This report studies how the use of Transportation Network Companies are increasing the demand for curb space and the potential related issues such as access, circulation, and safety.

Key findings

Locations without adequate curb space to accommodate the passenger loading demand result in passenger loading activity occurring in the travel way.

"The largest amount of curb space is dedicated to parking, which limits passenger throughput by other modes by way of the curb."

In the case study location on Townsend Street in San Francisco, approximately one-quarter of TNC loading occurred in the street.

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