Leaders in San Francisco looking to charge money for access to road


Tourists in San Francisco might have to pay up next time they want to drive on a famous road.

The crooked Lombard St. can attract up to 20,000 people per day, and it’s creating a headache for people living in the area.

City leaders want to start charging people five dollars to drive the road.

You would make a reservation online, pick a day and time to visit, and a license plate reader would verify that it’s your time.

Even if approved, it could take up to a year to implement.

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