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Opinion Although Sunday meter regulations were eliminated 10 years ago, two signs on Brighton 12th Street still claim the rules are in effect.
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THE COMMUTE: Confusing signage near where the Belt Parkway separates from the Gowanus Expressway has been misleading commuters for months — sending baffled Belt-bound drivers over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. However, because the left lane switches to a high-occupancy vehicle lane during the day, the state Department of Transit (DOT) claims little can be done to change the…

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THE COMMUTE: In early 2012, we reported on confusing Department of Transportation (DOT) parking and traffic regulations and on confusing and outdated signage mentioning the taxi stand on Brighton Beach Avenue. That stand is not even listed in DOT’s database of taxi stands so apparently they are unaware of its existence. In January 2013, DOT…

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Community board leaders are about to lose one of their sweetest perks: a parking placard that lets them park anywhere in the city for free for up to three hours. The free parking privilege, which has been enjoyed for years by the chairs of each of the 59 community boards, is coming to an end come February 1,…

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Beginning this weekend, there is “No Parking” allowed on the streets of Manhattan Beach on Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays such as Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. As per New York City parking regulations, this ban on parking will be in effect all summer until September 15. Please make note of this in…