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.
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.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said that operating on holidays allows them to create turnover and availability in front of businesses, many of which are open.
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.
In the expected SFMTA budget low-income youth may be able to ride Muni free, but free parking on Sudays may be history.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s proposed budget calls for an end to free Sunday meters. Instead, meters would be enforced from noon to 6 p.m. that day.
A proposal to extend parking meter hours citywide on Sunday has ignited passionate opposition from churches all over San Francisco.
A neighborhood coalition is holding a community meeting in San Francisco Monday evening to oppose a proposal to place thousands of new parking meters in areas on the eastern side of the city.