San Francisco banned tour buses from swinging by a house that was made famous by the 1990s sitcom “Full House.”
“The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency voted Tuesday to ban commercial vehicles from Broderick Street after neighbors complained,” the AP reports. “Vehicles that seat nine or more people will no longer be allowed on the block.”
The exterior of the house was used as the family’s residence both in the original show and in the 2016 Netflix reboot “Fuller House.”
“Spokesman Paul Rose says neighbors complained about double parking and congestion outside the Victorian home, causing traffic hazards,” the AP reports
Jeff Franklin, who created the sitcom, reportedly bought the house for more than $4 million in 2016. Franklin was fired from “Fuller House” back in February after complaints surfaced about alleged abusive language on the set.