Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday he plans to investigate whether the city can offer drivers some relief by cutting down on alternate-side parking regulations.
In most city neighborhoods, cars must be cleared from one side of a street once or twice a week — meaning residents might have to move their cars up to four times a week on a specific block to avoid being ticketed.
“We all want clean streets for sure, but I want to make sure that standard is being applied very precisely because the fewer times people have to move their cars, the better,” de Blasio said on WYNC radio’s “The Brian Lehrer Show.”
“I do think New Yorkers, if you don’t need to own a car in New York City, you shouldn’t own a car in NYC.
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