'Parking For God' Legalized On San Francisco's Dolores StreetThe SFMTA board of directors voted to legalize weekend median parking on Dolores Street in a pilot program intended to regulate the long-standing practice sometimes referred to as "parking for God."
SFMTA To Vote Tuesday On Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot ProgramThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is set to vote Tuesday to legalize median parking on Dolores Street on weekends despite opposition from those who live in the area.
Parking Restrictions At Both Ends Of Golden Gate Bridge For HolidaysParking for personal vehicles will be restricted at the Golden Gate Bridge between Friday and Jan. 2, the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District announced.
Parking Garage In Oakland Closed Due To Seismic InstabilityA city-owned parking garage in downtown Oakland closed indefinitely Friday because of seismic instability, city officials said.
Parking Vigilante Paints Over Red Curbs In Corte Madera Neighborhood To Create SpacesParking in one Corte Madera neighborhood has gotten so tight that it prompted someone to paint over some no parking red curbs to create more spaces.
Forget Parking: Number Of Cars In The Bay Area RisingIt might not be rising as fast as the population, but the number of cars in San Francisco competing for a finite amount of land on which to drive and park is going up.
Yosemite Tests Parking Reservation System To Address CongestionA pilot parking reservation system for Yosemite Valley is being tested for two upcoming weekends. Reservations are now being accepted for a small fee.
No More Free Ride - Sin City Hotels, Casinos To Charge For ParkingThe Las Vegas Strip’s largest hotel-casino operator has officially started charging for parking.
California DMV Audit To Identify Illegal Use Of Disabled Parking PlacardsAn audit of the DMV aims to curb the number of non-handicap drivers who are gobbling up parking spaces all over California.
California To Crack Down On Disabled Parking Placard AbuseCalifornia is cracking down on the disabled parking placard program, and it’s not just drivers.
SF To Get High-Tech Payment Options In Parking Garages Under $19M PlanSan Francisco is spending nearly $20 million to upgrade the technology in its parking garages.
San Francisco's Transit First Policy Helping Vehicle-Sharing Services ThriveWhether it’s reclaiming traffic lanes for buses only, or replacing parking spaces with parklets, the city of San Francisco is becoming less car-friendly, and that might be helping car-sharing services thrive.