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New Accessible Parking Signs Coming to Local Parking Lots

The following article excerpt is from our content sharing partner, FairfaxNews.com.

It’s the holiday season and the malls are crowded. Parking spots, especially those close to entrances, are at a premium – even more so for people with a handicapped.

So, Fairfax County officials are trying a new idea to keep those accessible spots free for those who  really need them. They’re calling it “empathy parking.” Signs saying “Think of Me, Park Legally” are being placed under the standard ADA accessible parking signs.

It’s a project of the Fairfax Area Commission on Aging and the Fairfax Area Disability Services Board.

Read more at FairfaxNews.com

Photo via Fairfax County

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