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Posted at 5:21 PM ET, 02/12/2010

District will lift snow emergency Saturday evening

By Washington Post editors

UPDATE -- 6:30 p.m. The D.C. Department of Transportation has announced the city will lift its snow emergency, Saturday at 5 p.m.

Until the snow emergency is lifted residents and visitors are not able to park on snow-emergency routes.

The city's snow-emergency routes are posted with red and white signs. Cars parked on these routes during the emergency will receive a $250 fine and will be towed to a storage impound lot.

--Tim Craig

By Washington Post editors  | February 12, 2010; 5:21 PM ET
 
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Luckily for scofflaws, this snow emergency hasn't been widely enforced since Friday at best. I crawled up Georgia Ave Friday evening and saw thousands of cars parked along the sides and zero tickets issued and no tow trucks working. It seems conditions were similar all over the city. Another score for DC gov!

Posted by: mendelsonmustgo | February 13, 2010 11:40 AM | Report abuse

To bad DC announced this this morning.. there were cars strewn about the city Snow emergency routes for DAYS and the Cop that i asked said it was lifted...
parked in a clear space.. $250 ticket 3 days after the storm, but no tickets prior, immediately following or during...

DC is attempting to replenish their coffers....

Posted by: joebananas1 | February 13, 2010 12:09 PM | Report abuse

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