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A major problem in San Francisco is parking. Why not park cars underwater?
Like most Californians, we will not be giving up our automobiles any time soon, even if the price of gas doubles. As our urban centers are revitalized by redevelopment programs and the explosive growth of the economy, space for parking becomes a scarce commodity.
The cost of acquiring land to build parking strictures is prohibitive. Water frontage is especially highly prized and therefore exorbitant.
Yet, San Francisco is surrounded by water with few sub-sea structures. The hidden world beneath the water is rarely explored or developed. The city encompasses more area underwater than above water.
The Port of San Francisco and Oakland are entering phases in which major development of the waterfronts is starting. Why not make …