A $54 million contract to replace San Francisco’s aging parking meters has run into trouble at the Board of Supervisors. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency wants to include 10,000 additional meters than the 29,000 needed to change out the existing ones.
Although Oakland city workers went on strike Monday, some residents and visitors still received parking citations from the city that day, prompting officials to announce Tuesday that those citations will be dismissed.
City employees in Oakland staged a one-day strike Monday, prompting the shutdown of most non-essential city services. But a parking enforcement officer crossed the picket line and issued tickets.
Under state law, motorists’ are not supposed to get a ticket for parking at a broken meter. But motorcyclists who have parked at a malfunctioning San Francisco meter said they are being ticketed repeatedly.
Parking near San Francisco’s AT&T Park is getting pricier in the evenings and during events at the ballpark starting next month, transit officials announced Tuesday.
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.
San Francisco is done with the warnings. Parking enforcement officers will begin writing tickets for expired parking meters this Sunday, city officials said.
2013 ushers in a “change” of sorts – time to start collecting your quarters because metered parking will be enforced in the City by the Bay on Sundays.
The beginning of the new year will bring some changes to the streets of San Francisco – and you’ll need some change to deal with the changes.
There is good and bad to parking in Palo Alto. The good is that street parking is free almost anywhere you go; the bad is the shrinking availability of parking spaces around town.