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  • App-based services, like MonkeyParking and Uber, are "testing the limits of existing regulations and business practices in managing and operating today's transportation system," D.C. Department of Transportation spokesman Reggie Sanders said.

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  • Mr. Sanders, the District transportation spokesman, said that "parking spaces in the District are considered part of the public space, owned by the DDOT. We don't allow any commercial use of public space without a permit, and in this case we don't have a permit that would cover this kind of operation."

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