San Francisco Parking. American’s are so afraid of getting slapped with a parking ticket, they tend to overestimate how long they’ll need to park and wind up overcharging themselves.
Parking woes can take a toll on more than just drivers’ wallets. 60 percent of Americans surveyed said finding a parking space stressed them out. More than 40 percent had missed an appointment due to lack of parking. Nearly a quarter said they’d actually experienced parking road-rage.
As San Francisco was recently ranked as the absolute worst city in the country for drivers, with San Franciscans paying an average of $12 for every two hours of parking, it almost feels like our lives are slipping away while we’re hunting for parking spaces.
Read more about San Francisco’s parking pain here.
The Levi’s Stadium is a football stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Levi’s Stadium contains 68 luxury suites, 5,200 club seats on the club level, and an additional 1,500 club seats at the field level behind home plate. It serves at a home to the San Francisco 49ers. It was originally designed with a capacity of 42,000.
There are also multiple parking garages accessible to cars, motorcycles, RVs within walking distance. These garages can be found by clicking here.
For visitors requiring mobility assistance, Levi’s Stadium provides shuttle buses and also wheelchair services at nearby lots. For more information, visit here.
ATT Park is a baseball park located in San Francisco, California and is home to the San Francisco Giants.
ATT Park provides on-site parking lots for cars, motorcycles, and also oversized vehicles. Since 2000, it has served as the home of the San Francisco Giants, the city’s Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. The stadium has hosted numerous important events and concerts and will also host the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018.
Two off-site parking garages are also located within walking distance on 153 Townsend St., 250 King St., and 920 3rd St.
For visitors in need of accessible parking, ATT Park provides free shuttle services at all of their parking lots. More information can be found here.
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the strait between the bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Parking can be found in either the Northeast or Southeast visitor lots. The Southeast lot is metered with parking for cars, buses, and accessible parking for handicapped visitors.
The Southeast lot features a café, gift shop, gardens, and also scenic vistas.
The Northeast visitor lot is also free of charge (with a 4 hour parking limit).
Restrooms are the only amenity at this visitor’s lot.
For more information visit here.