NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Moving cars for alternate-side of the street parking is a routine that New York City drivers dread.
But as CBS 2’s Elise Finch reported, a new plan on the table would change the rules of alternate-side parking so that drivers could park on the restricted side of the street without getting a ticket.READ MORE: Join Us For Our Candidate Conversation With Gov. Phil Murphy Tonight At 7 p.m. On CBSN New York
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, (D-10th), who represents Washington Heights and Inwood in Upper Manhattan, introduced a bill in March that would allow drivers to park on a street during the posted street cleaning times, once a street sweeper has moved through.
The City Council discussed the bill Monday.