San Jose Lowers Too-Tall Parking Meters After KPIX 5 ReportCity crews began lowering parking meters that were placed too tall for shorter drivers to use properly, following a KPIX 5 report.
San Jose's Towering Parking Meters Present A ChallengeThe city's new parking meters provide all the latest in modern pay conveniences, but there is just one problem -- they are too tall for some drivers to operate properly.
SFMTA Considers Expanding Demand-Based Parking Rates CitywideThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board will vote Tuesday on a plan to expand demand-responsive parking pricing to all city meters.
Credit Card Transaction Fee Goes Into Effect At San Francisco Parking MetersDrivers who use credit or debit cards to pay for parking at meters in San Francisco are being charged extra for that convenience, as a new transaction fee went into effect.
San Francisco Parking Meters To Offer New Payment OptionsDrivers in San Francisco will soon receive more options to pay for parking at nearly 25,000 of the city’s parking meters.
San Francisco Mayor, Transportation Chief Don't Agree On Meter-Free SundaysWhile popular with weekend drivers in the city, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee's request to eliminate Sunday parking meters has not found much support among city transit officials.
Downtown San Jose Parking Meters Could Double In Price The price of parking at metered spaces could soon be doubling in downtown San Jose with the proceeds going towards payment of new high-tech smart meters.
Phil Matier: SF Mayor Lee Calls For End To Metered Sunday ParkingThe city started charging for Sunday street parking last January and far exceeded the projected amount of money it was expecting to bring in.
$54M Contract To Replace SF Meters Raises Questions About Future Parking CostsA $54 million contract to replace San Francisco's aging parking meters has run into trouble at the Board of Supervisors. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency wants to include 10,000 additional meters than the 29,000 needed to change out the existing ones.
Oakland To Dismiss Parking Tickets Issued During StrikeAlthough Oakland city workers went on strike Monday, some residents and visitors still received parking citations from the city that day, prompting officials to announce Tuesday that those citations will be dismissed.
Oakland Parking Officer Crosses Picket Line, Issues TicketsCity employees in Oakland staged a one-day strike Monday, prompting the shutdown of most non-essential city services. But a parking enforcement officer crossed the picket line and issued tickets.
ConsumerWatch: Do You Have To Pay At A Broken Meter?Under state law, motorists’ are not supposed to get a ticket for parking at a broken meter. But motorcyclists who have parked at a malfunctioning San Francisco meter said they are being ticketed repeatedly.
Parking Meters Near AT&T Park To Have Longer Hours, Higher RatesParking near San Francisco’s AT&T Park is getting pricier in the evenings and during events at the ballpark starting next month, transit officials announced Tuesday.
Plan For More San Francisco Parking Meters QuestionedSome San Francisco supervisors have raised questions about a proposal from the Municipal Transportation Agency to increase the number of parking meters in the city.
SF To Start Issuing Real Tickets For Expired Parking Meters SundaySan Francisco is done with the warnings. Parking enforcement officers will begin writing tickets for expired parking meters this Sunday, city officials said.