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SFMTA-Parking Meter Revenue Audit Report

2014 Controllers Report on barriers that prevent the SFMTA from collecting the maximum potential parking meter revenue. Audit showed disabled placards comprised 40% of all nonpayment by vehicles at parking meters.

Source Credit: City and County of San Francisco, Office of the Controller

DOWNLOAD: SFMTA-Parking Meter Revenue Audit Report
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Texas 2016 Study on Accessible Parking and Disabled Placard Abuse: A Status Update

The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities presented an overview of its study on accessible parking and an update on accessible parking activities around the country to the Texas Council on Developmental Disabilities on May 3, 2018. This presentation summarizes study findings, recommendations, and noted best practices from other states to deter accessible parking and disabled placard fraud and abuse. Recent legislative efforts from around the country on disabled placard fraud and abuse and the formation of the National Accessible Parking Coalition formed in December 2017 are also highlighted.

Source Credit: Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
View Online: https://gov.texas.gov/organization/disabilities/goals

DOWNLOAD: GCPD’s 2016 Study on Accessible Parking and Disabled Placard Abuse: A Status Update
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Texas Interim Report: A Review of Accessible Parking for Persons with Disabilities

During the 84th Legislative Session, House Bill 1317 charged the Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities to study accessible parking issues. Areas mandated for study included accessible parking laws and requirements in Texas and other states; the ADA and related federal regulations, 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design, and 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards; and accessible parking policies for state-owned parking lots and the Texas State Capitol grounds. This report discusses findings that emerged from data gathered from sources including public testimony, surveys distributed to persons with disabilities and businesses, state multi-agency meetings, and similarly-situated organizations in other states.

Source Credit: Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
View Online: https://gov.texas.gov/organization/disabilities/goals

DOWNLOAD: Interim Report: A Review of Accessible Parking for Persons with Disabilities
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Los Angeles Accessible Parking Policy Advisory Committee Report

In summer 2016, a Los Angeles committee on Accessible Parking was formed at the request of Mayor Garcetti. This stakeholder group was comprised of disability rights advocates, transportation experts, and other stakeholder representatives. The group was charged with better understanding the complex issues around accessible parking, and coming up with a series of recommended solutions. The group met for nearly nine months, arriving at a package of policy recommendations to increase access to street parking for disabled drivers and reducing parking placard misuse.

Source Credit: City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation

DOWNLOAD: Los Angeles Accessible Parking Policy Advisory Committee Report
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The Abuse of Disability Parking Placards in Massachusetts

The Office of the Inspector General from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Internal Special Audit Unit’s did an in-depth examination of placard abuse, the RMV’s process for issuing placards, and options for detecting and preventing the misuse of placards in February 2016. 

Source Credit: Office of Inspector General Commonwealth of Massachusetts
View Online: Internal Special Audit Unit’s in-depth examination

DOWNLOAD: Examination Report
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