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The city’s price surge parking meters are spreading to the Richmond

SFMTA says experimental meters relieve parking pressure by charging more For more than five years, the city has experimented with parking meters that increase or decrease rates based on demand to relieve pressure in constantly crowded corridors. SFMTA says that it’s improved the parking mess in the Mission, the Fillmore, the Marina, downtown, South Beach and SoMa, Fisherman’s Wharf, Hayes Valley, and Mission Bay and now they’re extending westward into the Richmond.
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