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Will San Francisco Add a Toll to Its Most Famous Street?

Tourists looking to experience San Francisco’s “most crooked street” may soon find that visiting the iconic attraction comes with a very literal price. Lombard Street draws nearly two million visitors every year, much to the chagrin of the area’s residents. “At night people go down 2 or 3 a.m., honking, yelling, boom boxes,” resident Greg Bundage told NBC Bay Area.
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