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.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has agreed to modify its plan to install 5,000 new parking meters in neighborhoods that are not ‘Parking Meter Free Zones.’
Oakland officials are hoping the move will bring in more holiday shoppers during this busy season.
San Francisco officials have launched a new service that will allow drivers to pay for a parking meter by using their smartphone. Drivers also have the option of calling a toll-free number.
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.
Parking meter rates are once again being adjusted as the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency works through its SFpark’s pilot program.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials announced Monday that drivers will soon be able to pay by phone at all city meters.
Muni officials voted unanimously on Wednesday to write $55 tickets to employees caught parking in an MTA lot without an $80 a month permit.
Fines for parking meter violations in Oakland will increase by $3 on Jan. 3.