San Francisco may close crookedest street
SAN FRANCISCO- The "Crookedest Street in The World" may close temporarily in San Francisco much to the dismay of tourists.
Lombard Street, the well-traveled curvy and winding road, may close for four consecutive weekends in late June and Include the Fourth of July.
There's been a steady stream of complaints to city supervisors by residents who want to curb the chronic gridlock that is due to curious tourists.
An average of 2,000 vehicles a day use the street during the popular summer months.
The closure would be a pilot program where the city wold evaluate what the impact will be if Lombard is shut down permanently.
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