Reverse-angle parking was striped by the City of Hollister in front of San Benito High School on Friday, Oct. 12. Photo by Adam Breen.

Children and Youth

City implements reverse-angle parking in front of high school

The new configuration is designed to reduce the double-parking that occurs on both sides of the street in front of the school, while also relieving parking congestion in the surrounding neighborhood.

Parking in front of the high school's administration building will change from parallel spots to reverse-angle. Photo provided.

Children and Youth

Reverse-angle parking planned for Monterey Street near San Benito High School

The city will create angled parking in front of the high school, north to B Street, to improve safety, driver visibility, add parking spaces and enhance traffic-calming efforts.


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