Saturday, June 6, 2009

Finding parking just got a little easier

From the Daily News:

Say goodbye to exasperating hunts for parking spots.

A popular Web site that lets motorists plug in addresses to find local parking regulations - with photos of streets and signs to help plan trips - is expanding east from Manhattan into Queens.

Launched in 2007, - which covers the city's most trafficked areas - recently added Astoria, Elmhurst, Long Island City and Woodside, and hopes to encompass the entire borough by year's end.

The next batch of neighborhoods - expected to go live within a month - will include Jackson Heights, Middle Village, Maspeth and Ridgewood, said site founder Mike Hill.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good luck finding spots in any of these neighborhoods. Illegal apartments mean more people and more cars!