File a Consumer Complaint with the California State Attorney General
Use the 311 system to file an official complaint with any of the City Departments.
You can either call 311 and speak to an operator or to file a complaint online (http://sf311.org/) to get it entered into the record. All feedback is linked to the 311 system and offers you a referral number, which you can use to check on the status of your complaint.
Submit WTF parking photos: #wtfparking:
The USDOT Office of Inspector General (OIG) maintains a hotline to facilitate the reporting of allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement in U.S. Department of Transportation’s programs and operations. Their phone is 1-800-424-9071.
List your SFMTA ticket complaints here: http://www.dptwatch.com/
Join the National Motorists Association for regular updates on national efforts to protect drivers’ interests here: http://www.motorists.org
Why is there a bus stop in front of my garage?
There appear to be a number of unused parking lots and garages in Mission Bay? We counted 6 on a recent weekend. Download the pdf for details of each building
How do you use these parking machines?
Akit’s Complaint Department: The Winners & Losers of the SFpark Program: SFpark has been around for approximately nine months as a big experiment where us lab rats (citizens & visitors of SF) pay for parking on a market demand system with new parking meters that takes your credit cards, allows longer time to park, and an app that shows people about parking availability and prices (which initially failed). So after all these months, who are the winners and losers?
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