This '90s TV landmark is too famous for its neighbors' good.

By Andrea Romano
July 20, 2018

Everywhere you look, there’s a tour bus outside the San Francisco home made famous in “Full House.” And the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has had enough.

The San Francisco MTA voted Tuesday to ban commercial vehicles from Broderick Street between Pine and Bush, after several complaints from neighbors about gawkers at the famous house from the ’90s TV show (and the new spin-off, “Fuller House”).

Any vehicle that seats nine or more people is officially banned from the block.

Spokesman Paul Rose told USA Today that neighbors have been complaining about double parking, congestion, and traffic hazards outside the home. According to KABC-TV, tourists visiting the area have often been seen driving on the wrong side of the road, park illegally, and block driveways. How rude!

“I just hope nobody gets hurt. That's how I feel,” resident Alan Lombardi told the Associated Press. “Somebody is going to get hurt around here. It's too narrow.”

The home itself was bought by one of the “Full House” show producers in 2016 for $4 million, and is only used for exterior shots in the show.