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TRAFFIC ALERT In D.C., the northbound lanes of the 3rd Street Tunnel are closed before New York Avenue because a truck lost its load.

Zoning changes could mean bigger headache for DC parking

D.C. may strip away the requirement that new buildings include on-site parking, making street parking more difficult. (WTOP/Kristi King)

WASHINGTON – One could be excused for wondering how parking in the District could get any worse.

But AAA Mid-Atlantic warns a proposed change would make available spaces even harder to find and more expensive

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