San Francisco's Lombard avenue price & reservation plan will get inexperienced gentle from state


SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) — San Francisco’s plan to cost vacationers to drive down the famously crooked Lombard Road took a step ahead.

On Wednesday a state senate committee handed a invoice that enables San Francisco to implement a pilot program.

This system would require vacationers to make a reservation and pay to go to the crooked a part of Lombard avenue.

Residents on that avenue have complained for years concerning the huge congestion from vacationers on and round that avenue throughout the peak summer time months.

Transit officers are nonetheless understanding the small print, together with how a lot they’d cost and the way reservations could be made.

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