The cost of gasoline may be gnawing a hole in many wallets, but the cost of going nowhere in the District cost people who failed to mind the parking meter a record $92.6 million last year.
By 09:15 AM ET, 03/05/2012 |
American Automobile Association,
District Department of Transportation,
D.C. Department of Public Works,
New parking meters meant for drivers with disabilities will be enforced beginning on March 1. These meters, which require payment but allow drivers to stay in spots for twice as long, can be found in Washington’s central business district and parts of Southwest.
By 10:00 AM ET, 02/07/2012 |