Roads with metered parking in Arlington County have become less valuable revenue sources for county funds after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the number of cars parking on streets.
The pandemic has caused e-commerce and online shopping to flourish, giving porch pirates an opportunity to snatch packages from homes and apartment buildings.
The District Department of Transportation has failed to complete as many sidewalk repairs as the year before, leaving some taxpayers to wonder why their hard-earned money isn’t being used to address their concerns.
Frustrated drivers blame confusing parking signs for mass ticketing and towing on a popular Southwest D.C. street
Maine Avenue SW, across the street from District Wharf, is the third most towed street in all of Washington, D.C. Drivers say it's because the parking signs are confusing.