Transportation officials said the policy doesn’t apply to drivers who leave their vehicles in a paid parking district.
“No other parking policies have changed,” Dylan Rivera, a transportation spokesman, said in an email. “Anyone that has a vehicle that overstays a time limit or meter limit can expect to get a parking citation.”
but, they said “Transportation officials said the policy doesn’t apply to drivers who leave their vehicles in a paid parking district.” All in all, that vagrancy RV remained like that for something like SIX MONTHS at a meter space. Where it says “site removal” it means Impact Reduction Program have been there and cleared tents, but the vagrancy short bus remained every time. “Transportation Officials” failed to have that vagrancy motor home removed as they inferred they would. It remained until it eventually left on its own!
So, the Broadway situation, and now the 33rd Ave bike lane situation goes right along with the typical PBOT culture.