Department of Parking and Traffic
Dozens of San Francisco parking control officers and their supporters gathered together Thursday outside the district attorney’s office at the Hall of Justice to demand safer working conditions and tougher consequences for those who attack city employees.
A man who was tackled by a San Francisco parking control officer after allegedly attacking a woman in the city’s Western Addition neighborhood on Thursday afternoon died several hours later, a police spokesman said Friday.
Some San Francisco supervisors have raised questions about a proposal from the Municipal Transportation Agency to increase the number of parking meters in the city.
A man was arrested for using a baseball bat to threaten a parking control officer that put a parking boot on his car in San Francisco’s Inner Parkside neighborhood on Wednesday.
San Francisco plans to launch a new service that could help drivers avoid a parking ticket by allowing them to feed the meter using cellphones.
A woman attacked a San Francisco Department of Parking and Traffic officer who gave her a parking ticket in the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood Wednesday evening.
There’s new legislation at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to better manage the tour bus industry.
A San Francisco parking and traffic employee was shot in the shoulder blade while working in a city vehicle in the Bayview District Friday morning, police and fire officials said.