It’s New, it’s You. It’s Now, it’s Wow.
Of course, most of the citations handed out by the SFMTA MUNI DPT SFBC (oddly, the SFMTA/SFGov gives a lot of money to our local San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, so it acts as an arm of the government these days. Oddly) are handed out “fairly.” And I would even go as far as to say that most of the tickets protested as “unfair” were handed out fairly as well.
OTOH, there are some SFMTA employees who do bad things – they steal multiple $6 cable car fares each and every day or they say you parked for more than two hours in an RPP zone when you didn’t. And then the official SFMTA spokesmodels bend over backwards to say that no SFMTA employees ever do anything bad ever. EVER!
(And considering how often these spokesmodels get their facts wrong, well … oh well. Bygones.)
Here’s your screenshot:
Good luck, Offenders!
“Online Citation Protest
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Citation Number: where to find
Per the California Vehicle and Public Utility Code, you may have only one review per citation within the statutory time limits.
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