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Pay-by-Plate Parking Meters

Rule status: Proposed

Agency: DOT

Comment by date: March 7, 2022

Rule Full Text
DOT-Proposed-Amendment-of-Parking-Meter-Rules-Notice-of-Public-Hearing.pdf

This proposed rule introduces a new Pay-by-plate parking meter option by eliminating the need for using a receipt as proof of payment.

Attendees who need reasonable accommodation for a disablity such as a sign language translation should contact the agency by calling or emailing rules@dot.nyc.gov by February 28, 2022

Send comments by

  • Email: rules@dot.nyc.gov
  • Fax: 1 (646) 892-5018
  • Mail: David Stein, New York City Department of Transportation, 34-02 Queens Boulevard Room/Floor: 1st Floor ; Long Island City, New York 11101

Public Hearings

Date

March 7, 2022
10:00am - 11:00am EDT

Location



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https://zoom.us/j/97333040201?pwd=Qy9PZ3QvQVk3VVZTcDR6K3ZSWkFIUT09
Meeting ID: 973 3304 0201
Passcode: 972512

To join the meeting only by phone, use the following information to connect:
Phone: 1-646-518-9805 or 1-929-205-6099
Access code: 973 3304 0201
Password (if requested): 97251

Disability Accommodation

Online comments: 3

  • Christian Fama

    if a person uses the pay by plate function, do they still receive a physical meter receipt from the machine? IF they are given a ticket, what receipt do are they provided if they use the pay by plate function?

    Comment added February 8, 2022 3:27pm
  • NG

    1. In the event a vehicle with an out of state, foreign, or temporary plate needs to use the pay by plate system, will that need be accommodated?
    2. will the PARK NYC app be integrated into the pay by plate option and will the accommodations listed in question 1 be available?

    Comment added February 15, 2022 12:15pm
  • Nat G

    1 – In the even a vehicle with out of state, foreign, or temporary plates needs to park in the pay by plate meter, will that need be accommodated in the new proposed system?
    2 – Will the PARK NYC app be able to support the accommodations listed in part on above?

    Comment added February 15, 2022 12:18pm

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