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New parking meters to cut down on disability placard fraud

BALTIMORE —The first phase of Project Space, an initiative that means there’s no more free parking for vehicles displaying disabled placards, kicked off in Baltimore’s central business district on Thursday. Baltimore’s mayor is set to announce Wednesday a new initiative aimed at opening up more on-street parking spaces for anyone driving downtown while also helping disabled drivers. Project Space is part of a citywide plan to cut down on illegal use of disability placards and open up more parking spaces for all drivers. City officials said they began the initiative in the central business district because they believe there are a lot of people using placards illegally..Read More


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