5235 false true true false true true false auto false ease-in-out 300 auto false 0 true trueFor the last couple of years, car owners have sat quietly watching their streets narrow to make way for bike lanes, transit lanes and parklets. They’ve also seen parking lots dwindle, parking fines increase, and parking meters expand throughout the city. Battle lines were recently drawn with the “Restoring Transportation Balance in San Francisco” ballot measure submitted to the Department Of Elections last week. This new measure aims to curb parking fee increases, direct SFMTA funds into new parking garages, and achieve better representation for motorists in the SFMTA. Pending approval, the ballot measure will be voted upon in the General Election this November.
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