San Francisco sets parking rates on its 28,000 meters based on the demand throughout the day — rising during peak times and falling during lulls. Cost-conscious drivers in San Francisco may want to think twice before pulling into that parking space on an unusually busy downtown street in the Financial District. Like so much of life in cities now, no two parking spaces are necessarily equal. As of December, San Francisco has transitioned its SFpark pilot into a citywide program to set rates on ...
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