NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Alternate side parking has been suspended for another week as New York City prepares to enter Phase 2 of reopening.
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Alternate side parking and street cleaning rules have been suspended several times over the past few months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The mayor tweeted Saturday, “We can do this while continuing to keep our streets clean.”
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Alternate Side Parking is SUSPENDED through Sunday, June 28th. We can do this while continuing to keep our streets clean.
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) June 20, 2020
More New Yorkers are expected to be back on the roads next week as more businesses reopen.Long Island Preparing For Potential Flooding, Power Outages As Winds Pick Up
Phase 2 of reopening includes the return of outdoor dining, in-store retail shopping, hair salons, barbershops, offices and city playgrounds.