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When Is It OK To Park AT A Bus Stop?
Parkazine Reader Erwin recently emailed us this question: "My question is about bus stops. On sundays and sometimes later in the evenings, I see vehicles parked in the bus stop area. What is the ruling for this area in terms of parking? The sign says "No Standing" with no time indicated or "anytime". Also, is there a difference between "No Standing Anytime" and plainly "No Standing"?
a great question and the answer holds true not just for NYC parking but
also for Boston parking, San Francisco parking and for parking in all major cities.
The ruling about parking at a bus stop is whatever the parking regulation signs indicate. ‘No standing’ and ‘No standing anytime’ is the same thing - if no days and times are indicated after the words ‘No standing’, then the ‘anytime’ is implied. If people are parking in bus stop areas that are marked as ‘No standing’ or ‘No standing anytime’ with no times or dates listed and there are no arrows that designate certain sections as legal to park, then they are taking a huge chance and could easily be ticketed or towed. This can cost up to $300. Always follow the rules listed on the parking regulations signs and you should be safe. When you start following what other people do, you are asking for trouble because:
- They may not know what they’re doing, and
- A court will never accept the excuse: “Everyone else was doing it, so I thought it was OK”. When you park, you are responsible for knowing whether or not you are legal, regardless of what anyone else is doing.
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addition to our Boston
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