A San Francisco transportation board voted Tuesday to ban tour buses allowed to drive in the near of the iconic “Full House.”
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Tour buses are forbidden to drive in the near of the iconic “Full House” house in San Francisco, California.
The house on Broderick Street apparently caused the traffic in the area, and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors voted on the ban, KABC-TV reported Tuesday.
@sfmta_muni board votes in favor of a ban on tour buses, on Broderick St. between Pine & Bush, the site of the #FullHouse house. pic.twitter.com/2TnpirMNYg
— Lyanne Melendez (@LyanneMelendez) July 17, 2018
The proposal is reported to be of influence on commercial vehicles with nine or more seats, of Broderick between Pine and Bush Streets.
Local resident Kate Scott told SFGATE that they can “see cars filled with people looking for the Full House house consistently turning in the wrong direction on Pine (a road to the west) and Bush (to the east), resulting in honking, a lot of shouting, and fender benders multiple times per month.”
The home of the Tanner family, one of the famous ’90s show, the visitors are frequenting the area more since the show of the “Fuller House” reboot on Netflix, which premiered in February 2016.
The building was bought by the creator of the show in 2016, according to the San Francisco-area news outlet. It allegedly went on the market for $4.15 million in May of that year.
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