DOT ends confusion over 'no standing' sign in DUMBO

The Department of Transportation (DOT) confirms that a ?no standing? sign on a street in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn is here to stay.The DOT

DUMBO - The Department of Transportation (DOT) confirms that a ?no standing? sign on a street in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn is here to stay.

The DOT dismisses published reports that say the sign is a fake. Officials recently posted the sign on a stretch of Front Street to replace a missing sign. Some drivers feel the change is unfair because it further restricts parking in an area where spaces are already limited.

Drivers face a $60 fine and a $200 towing fee for parking by the sign.

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