San Francisco Considers Eight Buck Meters

It could cost you as much as eight-dollars-an-hour to park at a San Francisco meter soon.  But it could also cost as little as 50-cents if you park in less popular neighborhoods and during less popular times under a Transportation Agency surge-pricing plan.

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The issue is on the October 17th board agenda, but Supervisor Jeff Sheehy is already against it, saying it will just be another financial hit to the working class. A Chestnut Street deli owner tells the "Chronicle" a test of the system hurt his business because people were not willing to pay four-bucks to park to buy a nine-dollar sandwich.


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