It might be a dead-bang sure thing that the owner of the pickup parked on the left would get recorded by the camera in the #38 bus on the right, but IDK:
I’d never park there with a MUNI bus in range, that’s for sure…
What does this say to you – does it say rich man-child?
(Also, why are young well-to-do bachelors moving to the somnolent Outer Richmond? IDK, but they’re here now, that’s for sure.)
Maserati used to be rare. Not no more.
Did SFGov plan for this kind of thing to happen?
This set-up on Masonic sometimes affects traffic on Bush. I’ve never seen it back up to Euclid for very long though – seems that’s the natural endpoint, where people just give up on the idea of parking at TJ’s that day..
Here you go, from CBS SF:
“The number of vehicles towed decreased during the current five year contract with AutoReturn from 71,000 in 2005 to 42,000 in 2015. SFMTA officials said this was due to factors including increased compliance from drivers, reduced vehicle ownership…“
OK, let’s add them up. The latest numbers from CA DMV show an ESTIMATED VEHICLES REGISTERED BY COUNTY for Frisco being:
481,790 (leaving out the “trailers,” as one does)
That’s calendar 2014.
Of course that’s higher than 2013:
And of course that’s higher than 2005:
(And this doesn’t keep track of all the very towable tourist rides about town and all the unregistered vehicles all over the 415 with license plates from Oregon and Nevada and whathaveyou – I’ll tell you, the number of those vehicles are UP in SF as well.)
Don’t the “urbanist” urbonauts running our SFMTA know this off the top of their heads?
Of course they do know how to spend our money – the TCOE* for whomever uttered our SFMTA’s bogus allegation about “reduced vehicle ownership” in SF has gotta be anywhere from $150k (or so) ON UP, perhaps $200k+
[Upon completion, the READER should understand that REDUCED VEHICLE OWNERSHIP over the past decade is a MYTH perpetrated by the SFMTA for WHATEVER REASON]
Thank you, drive through.
*Total Cost Of Employment
What’s this? It’s just a simple massive 50-feet steel beam double-parked for a long time in front of historic million-dollar-plus mansions.
Why? Well, it’s a part of the lengthy, noisy extension at THE URBAN SCHOOL, a private high school what costs three times (3x) as much as tuition at our University of California campuses.
And yet, nary a peep I’ve heard from the nabes.
You know, for illegal parking, this isn’t bad:
Sorry if that’s too nuanced for you, or Scott Wiener or Ed Lee or whomever…
You’ve seen the northern end, now here’s the southern end: