Starting Sunday, all parking meters in San Francisco will operate seven days a week.
City parking meters will be in operation on Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. everywhere in the city, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
The move is expected to raise $2 million, but city officials told the Chronicle that the money isn't the real issue. "This isn't meant to be a revenue program, it's meant to improve parking management throughout the city," SFMTA spokesman Paul Rose told the Chron.
Pedestrian and bicycle advocates have long viewed free Sunday parking in urban areas as a de facto subsidy for car culture. What do you think? Should Berkeley follow suit and make driving a car more expensive?