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Developer (2012-Apr-8 02:02:06)
Andre, you can easily use the map page to look up the schedule in SF.
If you need the full database for another project, we can definitely provide you with an api. Shoot an email to the address at the bottom of this page and we can rule out the terms.
Doug, thank you for your idea. I have thought about the way to better present the data and have come to realize that the way it works now is the easiest way to use. If you provide the info for both sides of the street, then it is easy to mess up on which side you are on, and look at the wrong time, resulting in a ticket. If you parked at an intersection - then it is even more complicated. Because each block of each street on each side can have different schedules. That's why I make user to drop the marker precisely to the point where they park to obtain the street cleaning schedule information.Jinsoo (2012-Apr-18 23:04:16)
Hi. On my iphone app, I cannot drag the pin at all. Is this a bug and will it be fixed soon?
I really like your app and service.
I believe there is an update coming for iphone app. Please hold on tight, we will fix it. Thanks for reporting the issueMarmee (2012-Apr-23 19:52:21)
Hello. Are you legally allowed to park on a street once the cleaner has come through even if it's still within the time frame marked on the signs? Or can tickets still be issued?merci (2012-Apr-23 21:19:37)
Who runs this website? Is it the city? DPT? SFMTA?
Jinsoo, iPhone app has been updated. The current version is v1.2 and should be free of the problem you have been experiencing.Developer (2012-Apr-23 23:36:32)
technically it is still a violation of parking to be parked during the street cleaning time, even though the cleaning vehicle is already done cleaning. If the meter maid comes, you can get a ticket. However, from my experience, usually the tickets are issued once, before the truck comes. Meter maids rarely revisit the same area twice during the street cleaning times.
DPT and SFMTA has nothing to do with this website. I have tried to contact them numerous times to try to establish a collaboration. All my attempts were ignored. Those guys seem to not care. I believe they are not interested in people to have tools to look up the street cleaning schedule, since it is a source of revenue for the city. The database we have here was accumulated by the efforts of citizens of San Francisco submitting the corrected data.
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