Lyft vehicles are the ultimate hybrids: taxi, car, and pedestrian, ALL AT THE SAME TIME!
Perhaps this is revenge for PARKing Day?
it’s a 100+ dollar ticket!
wait – you can neither sit nor lie on the sidewalk, but you can park?
I wouldn’t be caught dead in one of those idiot mobiles. I prefer a regular old taxi driven by an incoherent Eritrean immigrant multi-tasking on their cell phone to some part-time slacker who’s trying to supplement their Blue Bottle barista income in hopes of continuing their fledgling DJ career.
Maybe I would too, but I wouldn’t know, because I can’t get taxis to show up at my house when called. Lyft drivers don’t seem to think Glen Park is “too far.”
Seriously. I used to live to Glen Park. Whenever I’d tell taxi drivers where I lived they would get REALLY confused.
At least they aren’t blocking the bike lanes.
ARIZMENDI DELIVERS NOW?
Be sure to leave door open for extra blockability.
Did you report them to Lyft Andrew?
no, i was on my way to meet someone and there was already a group of pedestrians berating the driver, so i figured they had it covered!
It’s not really door-to-door service unless they pull up on the sidewalk, amirite?
Think it is party of the occupy movement to not frequent that shitty restaurant.
Shitty? You have no taste.
When I moved here in 2000 (on a dinosaur) a sidewalk parking ticket was like $25 and blocking a crosswalk was $50. You’d see cars parked on sidewalks all the time. The choice was roll the dice on $25 or walk home 12 blocks from where ever the hell you can find a spot at 2am.
Yeah, I remember living in Bayview in 1997 or so, and every street-cleaning day the sidewalks would be full, as the ticket for parking on a sidewalk was $25, and the ticket for blocking street-cleaning was $35.
Sidewalk parking is still huge on the wrong side of Hoff.
That’s a gas station next to Arizmendi and the car is probably pulled up to use the air/water pump, which is almost always blocked by a Zipcar. But I’d ticket the pink mustache just for kicks.
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