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Plan to set SF parking rates based on demand is approved

San Francisco will become the first U.S. city to base its parking rates on driver demand citywide. Beginning in mid-January, motorists who park in the city’s 30,200 metered spaces, or in its lots and garages, will be charged more during peak times and less when demand isn’t as high. Hourly rates will vary by time of day and block by block and be adjusted up or down four times a year, depending on actual use during the previous quarter.
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