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D.C. red-top meters will cost extra $150,000

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The District Department of Transportation needs about $150,000 and some red paint to get its newly revamped handicapped parking plan up and running. In a compromise struck with advocates for the disabled, the District agreed to reserve 1,800 on-street parking spaces -- about 10 percent of city's total supply -- for disabled drivers and to mark those spots with meters with red tops. The District...

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