Never have I seen such a one-sided newspaper article having anything to do with the SFMTA / MUNI / DPT.
But actually, SFPark hourly meters cost motorists money.
Guess which side of this street has brand new parking meters and which side doesn’t. (Yeah, I know it looks like street cleaning day, but it’s not.)
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Hey, doesn’t the Examiner run a bunch of ads from the SFMTA saying boosterish stuff like here comes the Central Subway?
And hey UCLA professor Donald Shoup! Is this kind of thing what you call “responsible parking management?”
What the SFMTA likes to do is spend as much money as it possibly can.
And didn’t “motorists” pay the vast vast bulk of the $20,000,000.00 or so that was spent to start SFPark and pay for its concomitant website filled with SFMTA spin?
So how does that “save” motorists money?