A glitch found in some new downtown Walnut Creek parking meters that left at least 100 drivers with unwarranted parking tickets has been fixed.
Drivers in San Francisco will soon receive more options to pay for parking at nearly 25,000 of the city’s parking meters.
Sunday parking is free again in most areas of San Francisco starting today, according to the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency.
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.
Fighting a parking ticket, even one you didn’t deserve, isn’t easy in San Francisco. As a lot of people who’ve fought them have found out, you may have to make your case more than once.
SFMTA officials approved a two-year budget Tuesday afternoon that will provide free transit passes to low-income youth and extend parking meter hours to Sundays.
The cost of parking all day in one of San Francisco’s less popular garages has dropped to as little as $1 or $2, part of a strategy city officials hope will ease congestion by discouraging motorists from circling for a meter.