The new tour bus parking zones in D.C. are expected to all be in effect by spring of next year, just in time for the peak tourist season. The goal is to create safe and easy places for passengers to get on and off motor coaches.
Starting Aug. 30, parking your car in the wrong place at the wrong time along Connecticut Avenue could get it towed.
If you have to use a garage in downtown D.C., it might not come as a surprise to learn the District is one of the most expensive cities to park in, but a recent survey shows it could be a lot worse.
Is it a tow zone or not? The District has more than 200,000 parking signs. Some are confusing and some even seem to contradict each other. DDOT and the Department of Public Works have long-term and short-term plans to address the problems.
Fears of terror attacks involving vehicles — like what happened in Charlottesville and New York City last year — have prompted D.C. police to institute new parking rules along race and parade routes that could force thousands more people to move their cars during major events.
While many drivers build time into their commute to find a spot in D.C., a new study is revealing just how much of it they spend circling the neighborhood.
Weekend and late-night parking at Metro stations is free now, but that could change as Metro looks for more ways to pull in cash.
As Metro ends its initial round of 24/7 work zones next week, rush-hour parking rules will change next week across much of the District. Find out the new hours and where they apply.
One Southwest D.C. neighborhood has been hit by a rash of car break-ins where thieves targeted the vehicle’s parking permit.
Red top parking meters: They’ve been around for years and many drivers have parked beside one, but now doing so for some will land a driver a ticket starting May 8.
Higher parking meter rates, higher parking-ticket fines, more money? Not in D.C. The District’s parking-ticket revenue was down nearly $20 million in fiscal 2016, said John Townsend with AAA Mid-Atlantic. He gives several reasons why.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 27, parking meter rates in the Penn Quarter/Chinatown section will change, as part of the District’s pilot plan for demand-based pricing.
A new parking meter rate schedule starts Monday in the city’s Penn Quarter and Chinatown neighborhoods.
Red-top parking meters for the handicapped have been in place in D.C. for a few years, but because the rules have lagged, the meters have been available to anyone. That will soon change.
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