SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – After years of debate, San Francisco will charge a fee to drive down Lombard Street.

Tuesday’s vote from the board of supervisors will also establish a reservation system for visitors.

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The decision was made to help mitigate congestion along the crooked street.

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The exact price is still being discussed.

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The city will need approval from the state of California because public streets in the state cannot be tolled.