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SF considers parking meters at zoo

Monday, July 30, 2012

San Francisco is considering installing parking meters around the zoo. The city says it is part of an effort to convince people to use mass transit, not a revenue grab.

The zoo charges $8 to park on weekdays and $10 on weekend and holidays. Currently there are also several blocks of free parking available on nearby Sloat Boulevard.

The city is already planning to put meters around AT&T Park and Mission Bay, and is also considering installing them around San Francisco State University.

Parking meters generate about $50 million a year for the city.

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