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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press Release #12-78

Alternate Side Parking Regulations Reinstated Throughout Brooklyn Community Board 6

Regulations reinstated west of Hamilton Avenue, following earlier reinstatement east of Hamilton

ASP suspensions continue in Brooklyn Community Boards 13,15 and 18 and Queens Community Board 14 until further notice

The New York City Department of Transportation, in conjunction with the Department of Sanitation, today announced that Alternate Side Parking (ASP) regulations are reinstated, effective immediately, throughout Brooklyn Community Board 6, including the previously exempt area west of Hamilton Avenue (see map). The reinstatement of ASP regulations will allow for necessary street maintenance as storm recovery efforts continue in Red Hook.

map of Area with ASP Reinstated
Area with ASP Reinstated

ASP regulations are reinstated throughout Brooklyn Community Board 6, including the portion west of Hamilton Avenue, covering the neighborhood of Red Hook. The area is delimited by the East River, Upper New York Bay, Gowanus Creek and Hamilton Avenue.

Previously announced suspensions remain in effect in Brooklyn Community Boards 13, 15 and 18 and Queens Community Board 14 until further notice to facilitate ongoing storm recovery efforts in areas with some of the most extensive damage. ASP regulations in other areas of the city were reinstated as of Wednesday, Nov. 14 in order to allow for necessary street maintenance.

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