Thursday, May 31, 2012
New online parking guide
New York City is launching an online map that will show drivers where and when it's legal to park.
The Department of Transportation and City Council officials announced the launch of the map Tuesday. The map is meant to help motorists decipher the parking rules for any block in the city.
City Councilman James Vacca, chairman of the Transportation Committee, says in a statement that the city's parking regulations can be as difficult to understand as morse code.
City Councilman Dan Garodnick says the idea for the map came from his mother, and he hopes it will save drivers some headaches.
Users can search the map by intersection or address. The map will show alternate-side parking schedules and other parking rules.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:32 AM
Labels: Dan Garodnick, Department of Transportation, James Vacca, maps, parking
And how many million did this cost ?
there is already an ap for that!!! Bestparking works great!!!
Will it hold up in court?
what is truly hilarious is they claim to have repaved willets point in 98.
Seriously, is it that hard to read the signs?
How about a site to avoid a cop slapping on tickets to meet a quota?
And the online cops will be enforcing parking violators.
Another Bloomberg piece of bullshit!
This functionality has been in existence for years now. Primospot.com
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