Muni workers almost successfully proved that they were, without a doubt, the most entitled government workers in San Francisco. But alas, they've been deflated.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency on Tuesday approved a new rule: Muni workers must pay to park at any of the agency's 1,000 parking spots or else they will get slapped with a $55 ticket.
Up until now, Muni workers have enjoyed free parking (and they still get hefty raises). But with a more than $21 million budget deficit, the agency finally decided it was time for their own workers to suck it up and pay for parking.