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This paper compares the potential benefits and impacts of two types of congestion pricing: oad- or cordon-based, and parking-based, that the San Francisco County Transportation Authority studied as a part of the Mobility, Access, and Pricing Study. The study is evaluating comprehensive pricing and mobility-enhancing packages to improve access and offer more sustainable travel choices to and within San Francisco. The Study Team evaluated the cordon and parking congestion charges using the SF-CHAMP regional travel demand model (also known as RPM-9). This paper discusses the current representation of parking in SF-CHAMP and its limitations, and then summarizes the development of an improved parking representation including additional data needs.