As part of a free trial period, parking sensors were placed along Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park, Long Island.
Grab your spare change because one municipality in New Jersey may soon add more parking meters and Sunday hours to try and raise more revenue. But the plan is dividing the town.
A new App could make finding a parking spot in the city a whole lot easier.
City Council Votes To Give Grace Period For Muni-Meter Parking, End Alternate Side Violation Stickers
City Council has passed what they’re calling a fair parking legislative package consisting of three bills aimed at making parking a little easier in New York City.
It’s park at your own risk on Staten Island. Thanks to a sneaky sign at the St. George Ferry Terminal drivers are getting $95 tickets, even though they’ve already paid the $8 daily parking fee.
Deputy Police Chief Ernest Jubilee had assured the public of a police presence in the garages after a carjacking in September left a tourist dead and a friend seriously injured.
A neighborhood feud has developed between cab drivers and residents on the Upper West Side. Cabbies say they are being targeted for their religion — and they’re fighting back.
Parking in New York City is never pretty (or easy), but a video captures a pretty extreme example of “touch parking.”
If you plan on using your car to get to the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, there are some things to keep in mind before you get out.
Massapequa Park will be the first Long Island municipality to use electronic sensors embedded in the street to detect illegally parked vehicles.
More multi-space meters have been installed, making all city-run garages equipped with the high-tech meters.
We’ve all been there, late for an appointment and desparetely circling the streets of Manhattan hunting for a parking space.
If you think living in Manhattan is expensive, try parking here. A recent survey by Colliers International found that the median monthly parking rate for Midtown was $541 while Downtown rates were $533 a month.
When it comes to parking tickets, make them fair, and make them less aggravating. That’s what the City Council is asking the Bloomberg administration to do with the thousands of tickets issued each day.
Under the bill, if a community keeps its streets clean for two consecutive years and gets a 90 percent cleanliness grade, the local community board would have the option of reducing its street cleaning to once a week.