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S.F. mulls tour bus limits for historic district

Posted on June 12, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO — Residents of San Francisco's Alamo Square, the historic district famous for its colorful Victorian houses and a park with stunning views has become a popular stop for an increasing number of tour buses, at least 100 a day. But the buses double-park, block driveways, sideswipe parked cars or move slowly on the square's narrow streets to accommodate photo-taking, prompting residents to ask city officials to crack down, according to an AP report.

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