DC Snow Emergency in Effect after 9:30a

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‘Tow Truck Hydraulics In The North Capitol Street Sleet (Washington, DC)’
courtesy of ‘takomabibelot’

The word has been given: as of 9:30am tomorrow, we’re in a Snow Emergency. That means no parking on the Snow Emergency routes, or else you’ll be ticketed and towed (the fine is $250 + towing. Don’t forget to move your car.), and that’s no good. According to DDOT: “Residents can park for free at DC USA throughout the weekend. Cars must be moved by noon on Monday to avoid charges.” Parking at DC USA will open at 10pm tomorrow night.

Another thing to recognize, starting at 9:30am tomorrow, cab fares in the District go up by 25% to deal with the snow emergency.

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