Sunday, October 30, 2016

SFMTA Immediately Removes Small Plastic Posts to Make Room for Double Parking

The SFMTA is "required" to remove these posts (seen behind the SFMTA's massive truck blocking the bike lane) so they can make room for everyday double parking.
image via SFMTrA
There's a major problem on the streets of San Francisco these days and the SFMTA is working diligently to fix it.  No, I'm not talking about the countless deaths and injuries that happened on our streets.   It's small plastic posts that the rogue group called SFMTrA have installed all over the city.

Illegal median parking on Valencia street that the SFMTA valiantly ignores every week.
 Image found here
The SFMTA, which recently enshrined free double parking on Sundays despite countless organizations and neighborhoods saying they didn't want it, removed the plastic posts at an unprecedented speed.  They responded to this incredibly dangerous activity by saying they are "required" to remove the little posts from the streets.  They went on to say, "We also need to make sure that there's plenty of room for the double parking that occurs on Valencia Street on a daily basis.  If we don't stop this kind of behavior, what's next, they'll block illegal Sunday median parking on Valencia & Dolores, too?"  

SFMTA righting the wrongs of of the SFMTrA so Valencia street is back to its natural state.
image found here
The SFMTA is hopeful that they've removed the small posts so they'll be filled with incredibly safe daily double and median parking.  A SFMTA representative said, "As a direct arm of our wimpy leaders, we want to ensure voting motorists aren't denied the promise given to them in car commercials." 

Flex posts are a menace to the streets of San Francisco.  Median parking on the red zones of Dolores Street is ~perfectly safe~
image found here