As seen in the Haight:
I don’t think the Pfizer people want to see this…
I thought they could have been Metropolitan Transit Agency Police, but no – it’s Muni Transit Assistance Program.
News to me.
I’ve seen this all over town:
Does it work?
But the owner of this car is telling/asking PCOs to not get ticketed, either due to being an SFMTA employee, or some other SFGov employee or being a minimum wage contractor hired through The City or some Community Benefit District to sweep up the sidewalks, or having some color of authority…
And look, another trike on the same block, more or less, just moments later. It’s much cheaper. (And born in Frisco, just like those people who are quite proud to tell you they’re “born and raised” here and whatnot.)
This Bieberesque couple looked like they were both 14 – I don’t know what any age cutoff might be.
And best of all, the two-stroke GOcar engines are all gone bye bye.
All right, choose your tricycle.
As these tourists from Oregon will soon discover. They merely stopped in a yellow truck loading zone cut into the vast sidewalks of Market Street. When they finally noticed the PCO standing directly behind them, they bolted away outbound, like this:
But that doesn’t help, as stopping is parking and they were illegally parked.
The next step will be the bill for $91 coming in the mail, but, unlike most people with Oregon plates in Frisco, this crew looks like they’re actually from Oregon. So maybe the SFMTA will track them down to figure out a mailing address? Or maybe they’ll bide their time until this ride accumulates five tickets, and then it’ll be a towaway / Denver Boot?
A better strategy for drivers would be to talk to the PCO instead of just driving off, but I’m not saying that would necesarily work either…