*Proposed Parking Fee at West Bluff Area Crissy Field *Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) is requesting public comments on a proposed parking fee in a section of West Crissy Field,in Presidio Area A - the portion of the Presidio managed by the National Park Service (NPS). The NPS proposes to implement fee parking at the West Bluff and Battery East parking lots at the same time as thePresidio Trust (Trust) fee parking is implemented in their adjacent lots at West Crissy Field, in Area B - the area of the Presidio managed by the Trust.Public comments may be submitted through September 9 in any of the following ways:online at the Planning, Environment and Public Comment websiteIn writing at the public meetings highlighted text for map and directionsAugust 30, 4:30-6:30 pm Crissy Center at 1199 East Beach (near Mason and Lyon Streets)Send written comments to: Superintendent Golden Gate National Recreation Area Building 201 Fort Mason SanFrancisco, CA 94123Visit the project website for more information to which has been added:Proposed use of Parking RevenueIf implemented, fee parking revenue from Area A and Area B at West Crissy Field would be used to provide funding towards projects with a direct visitor benefit.These could include:accessibilityimprovements, improvements to trails, picnic areas and restrooms other visitor serving improvements, improved transportation services, such as: supplementing PresidiGo (the Presidio Trust’s free shuttle) funding “charter” shuttles for transportation to Presidio community program participants, including underserved communities and schools initiating a new northern waterfront shuttle Information about the Trust parking regulations can be found at:Pay and Display parking machines are being installed in public lots throughout the Presidio.Visitors are required to purchase short-term parking permits from these machines. The cost for short-term, hourly parking permits is $1/hour and capped at $6/day.Regulations are typically in effect Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6pm, and are enforced by the U.S.ParkPolice. Regulations differ slightly from lot to lot. At West Bluff and Battery East, parking regulations would likely be in effect 7/days a week.