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Least Surprising Thing Ever Award Goes to SFMTA Survey: SF Residents Mixed on Opinions of Muni, but Love to Hate Taxis

San Franciscans can’t agree on anything. A recent SFMTA poll is a good example of this phenomenon, with one major exception.

taxis in San FranciscoIf you’ve been to San Francisco, you know that everyone has a strong opinion on just about everything. But some of the strongest opinions San Franciscans hold are related to transit. Perhaps it’s the city’s famous hills, or maybe it’s the fact that large parts of town are seriously underserved by public transit—whatever the reason, San Franciscans spend a lot of time thinking—and arguing—about the best way to get from A to B.

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Parking Pain: Temporary No Parking Signs Abused in San Francisco?

San Francisco temporary no parking sign
Image courtesy of Darwin Bell.

Parking in San Francisco is difficult. Is this news to anyone?

It certainly isn’t to residents of the Richmond District, whose streets near 26th and California have been the site of controversy recently. Some say they have been taken over by an endless procession of construction vehicles taking street parking spaces away from local residents.

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