Parking in San Francisco can be confusing, and expensive if your car gets towed. So, the city is placing stickers on meters to make it easier for drivers to determine when it’s okay to park in certain spaces.
San Francisco may be raking in profits from parking meters when parking is supposed to be free.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board of directors voted Tuesday to abolish Sunday parking meter enforcement when it approved its new two-year operating budget.
The city started charging for Sunday street parking last January and far exceeded the projected amount of money it was expecting to bring in.
Drivers who fail to heed the meters in San Francisco will now be hit with the priciest parking tickets in the country.
That secret, free, street spot you’ve kept quiet about when you go to a Giants game? Forget about it. Change is coming, baseball fans – so bring some change to AT&T Park.
Drivers parking near AT&T Park in San Francisco now have to feed their meter into the evening hours, the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency is reminder motorists.
Free parking near AT&T Park and in the Mission Bay development in San Francisco will soon be a thing of the past with the implementation of new parking meters in the area.
Special event pricing for Port of San Francisco meters has increased the price for drivers to $5 an hour.
San Francisco Muni passengers may end up shelling out more to catch a ride, as the city’s transit agency looks to shore up a growing budget deficit.