SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Annual residential parking permits may rise to $100 in San Francisco this summer.
It’s only a $2 increase, but residents have been hit with higher parking fees for the past three years.
KCBS’ Barbara Taylor Reports:
It’s one of several proposed parking-related cost increases being considered Tuesday by the Municipal Transportation Agency board. The MTA needs to boost revenue to defray higher administrative and enforcement costs, among other things.
Other proposals include an extra $8 on top of the current $272 fee to get a disabling metal boot removed from the wheels of vehicles with too many unpaid parking tickets.
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