ByJoe Fitzgerald Rodriguez : sfexaminer – excerpt
San Francisco General Hospital has a parking problem, and without intervention it may only get worse.
That was the message at a Health Commission meeting Tuesday, where officials said new construction projects at San Francisco General may need as many as 500 new parking spaces by 2020, or a resulting car crisis may drive patients to competing hospitals.
In response, the Health Commission voted unanimously to approve a resolution urging the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to expand a nearby parking garage, in the first of many goals meant to address the need for more parking.
“Even with the most aggressive programs, we project will have deficits in parking,” Kathy Jung, director of facilities and capital planning at the Department of Public Health, told the Health Commission….
…that new hospital, as well as other new buildings on site, will soon eliminate some…
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