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San Francisco Tests Feeding Meter Over Cellphone

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SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco plans to launch a new service that could help drivers avoid a parking ticket by allowing them to feed the meter using cellphones.

The Municipal Transportation Agency will first test the service at curbside meters and two city-owned parking lots in the Castro district before deciding whether to offer them elsewhere.

The fine for parking at an expired meter in the Castro is $55. In the city's downtown core, it is $65.

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