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WTOP's Hank Silverberg has a preview of his BRAC Impact report on the MARC Center in Alexandria.
On WTOP's Ask the Mayor program, Mayor Vince Gray was asked by a caller why the District can't open city-owned parking lots like the ones in Bethesda.
The Montgomery County Council is considering an increase from 50 cents an hour to 60 cents an hour in Silver Spring. The hike also would be a dime in Bethesda, from 65 cents an hour to 75 cents an hour.
Prince William County has been working feverishly to find replacements for about 750 commuter parking spots at Potomac Mills Mall that will be gone come Feb. 14.
Attending the ultimate grid iron game is quickly turning into a platinum affair, as one day's parking at this year's Super Bowl game in Texas may cost more than airfare to get there.
Many of the signs posted around the District are not up-to-date with the changes, leaving various sections of open parking marked with signs that contradict themselves.
Multi-space parking meters are coming to Alexandria, probably in a few months.
The District Department of Transportation launches several new pilot programs Monday that will change the way drivers pay for parking in some parts of the city.
Parking meter rates will go from $1 to $1.75 on Thursday.
New electronic pay stations will replace traditional coin parking meters at Bethany Beach.