DOT to replace all single-space meters with Muni-Meters

Brooklyn will do away with single-space parking meters by the end of this year. City officials say the Department of Transportation is in the process

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn will do away with single-space parking meters by the end of this year. City officials say the Department of Transportation is in the process of replacing all remaining single-space meters with Muni-Meters.The specific locations of installation work will be posted at least 30 days before the work begins.

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