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Garages could be forced to charge flat rates again
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It may soon cost a lot more to park in San Francisco.
The Municipal Transportation Agency plans to revive a long-ignored ordinance that requires garages charge a flat hourly rate, so no more early bird or monthly discounts.
This could result in drivers paying hundreds of dollars more per month and thousands of dollars more per year.
A recent report shows the move would mean $6 million per year for the Municipal Tansportation agency.
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