San Francisco is putting the brakes on a mobile app that allows drivers to auction off their choice public parking spots to the highest bidder.
A man who thought he had shifted his car into park in San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill neighborhood Saturday afternoon accidentally ran into two people, including a little boy.
Abuse of the placards by able-bodied people is making it hard for handicapped drivers to find parking.
Besides weekend closures on the crooked stretch of Lombard Street, changes to Muni’s F-Line and free Sunday parking return to the city this summer.
A new study finds that SFpark, the two-year-old program that uses fluctuating pricing to control parking space availability in San Francisco, is working.
Shuttle buses for people who work in the tech industry have made Muni riders mad and have been the subject of protests. A plan to accommodate the shuttles could lead to fewer available parking spaces.
In a city where parking is one of the hottest commodities, construction crews are hogging street-side parking with temporary “No Parking” signs for weeks, months, and even as long a four years, forcing those who actually own homes here to walk several blocks just to get to their front door.
A proposal, which will be voted on in early July, would increase the parking fee at the Mountain View Caltrain Station from $5 to $25 during games and special events at Levi’s Stadium.
An increase in price during peak morning commute hours doesn’t appear to be stopping people from crossing the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
A parking lot impasse between the San Francisco 49ers and former star quarterback Joe Montana and his hotel project at Levi’s Stadium may soon be paved over.