Stop SFMTA

Sign the petition to Stop SFMTA

The residents and taxpaying public in San Francisco respectfully request that the Mayor and District Supervisors put an immediate end to SFMTA’s anti-car and other motor vehicle actions, including, but not limited to:

  1. Installing parking meters and increasing enforcement hours
  2. Enforcing Sunday parking meters

1. Moratorium on parking meters – DONE!
San Francisco residents have had enuf of the parking squeeze,and are prepared to vote the politicians out of office who support SFMTA parking meter expansion plans.

2. Free parking on Sunday – DONE!- along with a pullback on hours of parking enforcement. 9 AM – 6 PM. Non-holidays, Monday through Saturday only.
Let your Supervisors and Mayor know what you think about the SFMTA plan to charge for city-wide Sunday Parking.

Tell the city officials and the media your personal stories
Send us your stories, complaints, and comments.

See the plans SFMTA has for us next if we don’t stop them by passing the Charter Amendment in November. It is called Shift. SFMTA wants us to Shift our lives. They are the ones who need to Shift not us. Shift

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