Futuristic Parking Sensors on 18th St?

Diligent reader mo kaze noticed that “they” glued in blue discs on 18th Street and thoughtfully snapped a pic for our consideration.  I am assuming that “they” refers to DPW officials and not aliens disguised as public officials detectable only by XRAY specs.

What do you think, readers?  Futuristic parking sensors or viral marketing campaign for the new TRON movie?  If the former, no word yet on whether or not they register pedestrians standing in parking spots and holding them for their friends’ vehicles.


Looks like the future is here!  SFpark has the scoop . . .


Okay for Pedestrians to Occupy and Hold Parking Spots?

4 Responses to “Futuristic Parking Sensors on 18th St?”

  1. Boomboxnation says:

    http://sfpark.org/ is what it is.

  2. bibbadee says:

    But…wait. Isn’t it illegal to browse your phone in the car???

  3. [...] There are enough parking worries in this city without getting any pesky gremlins [...]

  4. Ravinder Bishnoi says:

    There are enough parking worries in every country & city. Where the automobile stops and your feet take over. A blog covering new and old ideas for transportation and its alternatives, infrastructure, urban planning and design within the metropolitan area.