City Council OKs Muni-Meter time transfers

The New York City Council unanimously passed legislation that would allow drivers with time left on their Muni-Meter slips to move their cars to a

THE BRONX - The New York City Council unanimously passed legislation that would allow drivers with time left on their Muni-Meter slips to move their cars to a different meter.

"There will be no threat to those people who take that Muni-Meter receipt and use it at their next stop along our commercial strips," says Councilman James Vacca (D-The Bronx), who proposed the legislation.

However, the law will only allow drivers to move to a meter that costs the same amount or less than the previous parking space.

The bill must still be signed into law by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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