Driving Down Lombard Street is Still Free, Despite the “Crooked Street Task Force” from a Decade Ago

If San Francisco’s famous NIMBYs had their way, you wouldn’t be able to drive down the crooked part of Lombard Street whenever you want 24/7

Just look at what was proposed:

“A barrier halfway down the block, making it impossible to drive the length of the Crooked Street.

A signal system alternating the one-way direction of the street.

Sale of the street to residents, who could install their own gate and security system.”

Obviously, that didn’t happen, so it’s San Francisco 1, NIMBY’s O:

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Hurray!

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2 Responses to “Driving Down Lombard Street is Still Free, Despite the “Crooked Street Task Force” from a Decade Ago”

  1. GG says:

    Yeah, I mean, when you choose to move onto a street that’s a landmark and tourist attraction, there’s no way you could expect that PEOPLE WOULD DRIVE ON IT.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Pretty much.

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