Is there an app or a web site that will tell you what the alternate-side regulations for each block in the city? (And if there are meters or) not. [more inside]
posted by Ollie
on Nov 18, 2013 -
Help me and my kids plan a fun, low-hassle weekend in New York watching Missus_A run the marathon! [more inside]
posted by Mister_A
on Nov 1, 2013 -
Let's say I have a stack of parking tickets in NYC in the 1990's and early 2000's. What are the chances they're going to come up if I get a license in NYS again? [more inside]
posted by rileyray3000
on Aug 24, 2012 -
Recommend me a cheap, secure and (preferably) underground parking lot somewhere in NYC! [more inside]
posted by Hurst
on Jan 25, 2011 -
Another NYC parking question... Moving to NYC and will be staying in temporary housing for at least a month in downtown Manhattan/Battery Park area starting this Saturday. We need a reasonably located/priced, secure parking spot for a least a month until we figure out where our permanent home will be. I'm not expecting much need to move the car during this time. I know similar questions have been asked and answered, Pier 40
(+/-$300 month) is already on the list, but I would appreciate any advice on closer/convenient, farther/cheaper or Pier 40 experience. Thank you.
posted by mbx
on Nov 30, 2010 -
NYC Alternate Side Parking: Friday 9:30am - 11am. If garbage truck passes at 9:30am on the dot and is done, can I repark my car right away even tho sign allots hour and a half? [more inside]
posted by redhotchips
on Jan 8, 2009 -
How do I get space to park a you-pack moving container (think PODS) in Brooklyn? I'm moving to New York from DC for a new job in a few weeks. I'm moving the bulk of my stuff using ABF U-Pack - I'm subletting for two months and need my stuff stored until I find more permanent digs. In DC, I know I need to get a permit for the moving container for space in front of my place, but how do I do this in New York? Digging around on NYC.gov hasn't given me any leads.
posted by anarchivist
on May 6, 2008 -
How can I find parking in New York from Tuesday to Friday next week? Ideally it would be on Upper West Side Manhattan and not very expensive, but I could park farther afield. [more inside]
posted by Dasein
on Dec 15, 2007 -
ManhattanParkingFilter: I am moving up to Manhattan and I need a garage to keep my car for at least a couple of months, while I decide what to do with it. [more inside]
posted by dcjd
on Sep 24, 2007 -
Where can I find cheap (free) extremely long term (2-3 months at a time) parking in the NY/NJ area? [more inside]
posted by ofthestrait
on Aug 3, 2007 -
I need to figure out how to park my car for a week in NYC while on vacation...the problem? Some fine citizen stole my license plate and I can't get a replacement or even temporary one from the DMV before we leave.
There is [more inside]
posted by Captain_Science
on Aug 3, 2007 -
Where can I find semi long-term parking in NYC and Boston (2-3 consecutive days each) without paying too much? [more inside]
posted by helios
on Dec 18, 2006 -
I just got a ticket for parking at a commercial meter in NYC. Can I leave the car there for the rest of the day or do I need to move it?
posted by MrMulan
on May 12, 2006 -
NYC parking resources: Friends are driving into town as I write this, but I have no idea whether they're allowed to park on my street, or nearby streets, or not. Signage is unclear. Does anyone know whether there is a website out there that I can refer to for the skinny on parking near my place? I live off of Central Park South.
posted by nyterrant
on Apr 6, 2005 -
parking meters and nyc. the law says 15 ft but lots of people park closer than that. is there a rule of thumb for this kind of thing? how close is too close? i live in brooklyn if that makes a difference.
posted by alkupe
on Dec 4, 2004 -