The show may have been a favorite of families for over eight seasons, but residents who live on the street where the “Full House” home is situated have had enough. As a result, tour buses will no longer be allowed to access the street where the home is located.
The classic sitcom, “Full House,” and the Netflix sequel, “Fuller House,” shows the "Tanner House," located on Broderick Street, during the opening credits. Neighbors complained that up to 1,000 to 1,500 visitors per day showed up to see the "house.” After taking their complaints to the Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors, the board agreed to ban commercial vehicles (a bus or vehicle with more than nine seats) from visiting the house.
Neighbors still expect many private cars to drive by to view the house, but indicate that the ban is a step in the right direction as some of the congestion and double parking will be eliminated. We wonder what Danny Tanner would say about this situation?