D.C. Parking Meters Getting More Expensive
The District is updating its 15,453 meters to reflect rate increases approved by the D.C. Council. The District Department of Transportation said today that all of them should be charging the higher rates by April 30.
Under the new parking fee rules, meters that were charging $1 per hour will charge $2 per hour. The rate at all other D.C. meters will increase by 25 cents an hour.
Click on this link for a DDOT guide to meter operations. It includes answers to hours of operation, how to use a single-space meter and how to use the newer multi-space meters, which take credit cards. This page on the D.C. Department of Public Works Web site explains how to deal with a busted meter.
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