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The main target is commuters. What SF is doing is "encouraging" commuters to use public transit instead of driving downtown and parking all day. Space is too valuable to tie up with parking even at $28 per day.

Daughter's office is in downtown San Francisco. She lives close (~2 Km) to the Orinda BART station. Unfortunately many of her staff are not so fortunate and the price she mentioned for parking ($60) is far more than $28 per day. So far only a few of her staff are going to the office but her bank is trying to get most of them to come in at least a couple days a week.

Oh, she also mentioned that the Orinda Bart station hasn't been charging anyone for parking there. She says when she gets a ticket she'll start paying again. 😁


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