NYPD traffic agents have been writing Manhattan parking tickets on streets that are/were legal to park. Apparently, on the East Side of West End Ave in Manhattan in the 60s & 70s, the City has changed the signs from alternate side of the street parking regulations to "No standing 4pm-7pm (M-F)". The problem is, they made this change in the last couple of days while people were legally parked at an alternate side regulation which said: "No parking 8am-9:30am (Tu & F)". So the question is, can the City change an NYC parking sign while someone is legally parked and then give them a parking ticket?
If this happens to you, you can fight this ticket and it should be dismissed.
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