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Developer (2011-Jul-25 23:50:14)
Stas, which one you mean? Website, iPhone or Android?
If you are talking about the web interface, try using search bar for that. Enter the "obscure Richmond location", click "Search maps" and it will show you the map of the area.
If you are talking about mobile apps, try letting your gps update your location, then it will show you the map of where you actually are, then you can explore.
If you are on android and just want to lookup the restrictions in another part of the city, you can do the following:
1) Skip the map screen and proceed to the lookup screen, enter the address you are interested in
2) Press lookup button
Note that you need to specify the full street address. Such as "25 Coso ave". Be mindful of the building numbers. Different sides of the streets have different cleaning schedule.
If you are talking about iphone app, you just need to touch and hold your finger for one second on the map to drop the marker.
There is not street cleaning sign on Washington ST， between larkin and Hyde, does that mean they dont clean that street?Developer (2011-Jul-26 19:26:33)
Yes. There are streets in San Francisco that never have street cleaning. Looks like Washington is one of them. Another example would be Mirabel ave. But watch out for "To stopping at any time" signs. Those are not in the street cleaning database, but you may get the ticket for illegal parkinganonymous (2011-Jul-27 01:21:40)
awesome this forum is so helpful, it has 2hour parking except car with permit C and G sign. I got a temporary C permit I should be golden.Reanna (2011-Aug-12 19:49:03)
I was wondering if you might consider adding the 1 or 2 hour parking zone information to streets that do not have all-day parking. I drive around work looking for parking every morning and I find this street cleaning map to be very helpful, but I aim for all-day parking to avoid looking for another spot after an hour or two :)Developer (2011-Aug-15 20:59:58)
I totally agree that adding this functionality will benefit the project. I am looking into making this happen. Being honest, the main challenge for me right now is obtaining verified and up to date data. It's been great with street cleaning, since people are contributing corrections, and I am constantly updating the database with the feedback from users on what's wrong in the data that I have. If you happen to find a resource online that provides other parking restrictions (like 1 or 2 hour parking zones, "no parking at any time", residential zones parking), please point it out to me, I will add the info into the database.
Just downloaded it. Great idea.
Got the location done, and it pulled up the right schedule, then set an alarm that should have been 7 days, but instead was 13. And I don't know how to cancel it.
Oh, I am sorry to hear that. Thanks big time for letting me know. This is obviously a bug. I will try to fix it asap. Do you mind telling the address you tried it with?
Also, I have to apologize for not providing a UI to control the alarms that are set. I am still working on this project and there are a certain number of things that can be improved. As a work around, I can suggest going back into the application and setting another alarm for current time. The new alarm will cancel the old one. And since the new alarm will be for the present moment it will go off immediately and you can just cancel it.
Sorry for inconvenience. And thanks for submitting the info.
Ian, Just reboot phone would do.baltic (2011-Sep-8 04:40:14)
Yeah, it's a known bug. My android app also interferes with the ignition system of my car. So sometimes I can't start one of them.
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