It's Official: You'll Soon Have To Pay A Toll To Drive Lombard Street.

 

Tourists visiting the crooked block of Lombard Street, one of San Francisco’s top attractions, will have to open their wallets to drive the stretch under a proposal city leaders just approved.

The city’s board of supervisors voted unanimously at a meeting Tuesday to back state legislation allowing the city to charge fees to drivers on the tourist-clogged roadway, according to Supervisor Catherine Stefani, who represents the area.

Drivers would have to go online before their visit to schedule a time to drive down the stretch, and fees for the one-block journey could range from $5 on weekdays to $10 on weekends or holidays, KRON reports. Officials said the new toll could be imposed next year, NBC Bay Area reports.

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