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How can I learn about traffic conditions for my commute?
How can I pay, or get help or information about a parking ticket?
How do I report a broken parking meter?
Can I park at a broken meter or at a space where the meter is missing?
How can I find out about NYC municipal garages or parking lots?
Can I operate my overdimensional and/or overweight vehicle in the City?
How do I report a broken traffic signal?

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How can I learn about traffic conditions for my commute?
Use the Department of Transportation's Real Web Time Traffic Cameras to see live and frequently updated still images of major roadways throughout NYC. In addition, you can watch "City Drive Live" on NYC TV, channel 74, Monday through Friday, 5:00am-9:00am and 3:30pm-7:00pm.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
"City Drive Live" - NYC TV
Real Time Traffic Cameras



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How can I pay, or get help or information about a parking ticket?
Visit the Department of Finance (DOF) "Parking Violations Operations" home page to look up and pay a parking ticket, dispute a parking ticket, locate a towed car and more.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Dispute a Parking Ticket
Pay a Parking Ticket
Parking Violations Operations



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How do I report a broken parking meter?
Please report a broken parking meter immediately, by calling 311. Please take note of the street location of the broken meter.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Traffic and Parking Information - NYC DOT



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Can I park at a broken meter or at a space where the meter is missing?
If a meter is broken, you can park for a maximum of one hour, even if the posted sign is for a longer time period. If the meter is missing, you can park for the maximum amount of time posted on the signs.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Traffic and Parking Information - NYC DOT



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How can I find out about NYC municipal garages or parking lots?
The NYC Department of Transportation offers a guide to municipal parking garages and lots. Visit DOT online for more information.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
New York City Municipal Parking System



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Can I operate my overdimensional and/or overweight vehicle in the City?
The Department of Transportation's Authorized Parking and Permits Bureau issues overdimensional Permits to trucks traveling through New York City that are overweight or oversize.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Vehicle Permits for Commercial Use - NYC Department of Transportation



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How do I report a broken traffic signal?
If a traffic signal is broken, please call 311 immediately. Please be prepared to provide specific information on the location of the broken traffic signal.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Traffic Signal Complaints



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