FOLLOWUP: New parking signs start going up in The Junction

Thanks to John Smersh of Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) for the photo, taken Friday – SDOT has started putting up the new parking signs in The Junction. Making a spot check late today, we only saw these signs – extending 2-hour-max parking in the business area to 8 pm most nights rather than 6 pm; the RPZ signs don’t appear to have gone up yet. (Please let us know if you’ve seen any!) SDOT had said the signage would all go up in the first two weeks of this month, so clearly they’re running behind. Once all the signage is installed, here’s what the new restrictions will be:

The plan was announced five months ago.

4 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: New parking signs start going up in The Junction"

  • Sheila G November 18, 2019 (5:11 pm)

    City crew installing signs on SW Dakota, east of California Ave SW. today, 11.18. The signs say  ‘2 hour parking’ and ‘2 hour parking except for RPZ permit holders’, depending on the area. (not exact wording, just paraphrasing)

    • WSB November 18, 2019 (5:19 pm)

      Thanks to Sarah’s tip, we got a pic before it got dark, and also checked on enforcement. Writing something separate. Thanks!

  • Jeff November 20, 2019 (1:46 pm)

    The crews were on 41st between Genesse and Oregon today installing the signs. The signs start at the driveway to the Microsoft park and ride lot and stretch South from there.

    • WSB November 20, 2019 (2:29 pm)

      Thank you for the update!

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