Southern Brooklyn

Alternate Side Parking Rules Suspended Tuesday To Friday For Religious Holidays

Source: Dara Skolnick/Flickr

Alternate side parking regulations will be suspended Tuesday through Friday, April 15 to 18 for Passover, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday. Wednesday is the anniversary of the Rush-Bagot Treaty, establishing the border between the United States and Canada, and we think the Department of Transportation is also looking to honor this, although they have not said so.

All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.

You can download your own 2014 Alternate Side Parking Suspension calendar from the NYC DOT’s website.

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  1. Shoudn’t we now say “muni-meters” will remain in effect, since we no longer have individual parking meters?

    ASP should also be suspended to celebrate the treaty establishing the border between the US and Mexico although some will argue there is no border between the US and Mexico. Now that should spur some comments to a piece that normally woud have none.

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