Parkway Parking Prohibited – Effective August 14, 2017

Press release on Parkway Parking Prohibition:

On August 14, 2017, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation will begin to enforce L.A.M.C. 80.53 Parkway Violation in Los Angeles. The Ordinance prohibits the stopping, standing, or parking of a vehicle in the Parkway.

A parkway is the area of the public right-of-way not intended for vehicular use between the sidewalk and the curb. A parkway can also be located where no curb exists between the sidewalk and the public street, which the City has reserved for landscaping and utilities. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle within the area of a Parkway. For parkway violators, penalties include issued citations.

For more information on the enforcement of the Parkway Violation, please visit:  www.ladot.lacity.org

Press release on Parkway Parking Prohibition:

On August 14, 2017, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation will begin to enforce L.A.M.C. 80.53 Parkway Violation in Los Angeles. The Ordinance prohibits the stopping, standing, or parking of a vehicle in the Parkway.

A parkway is the area of the public right-of-way not intended for vehicular use between the sidewalk and the curb. A parkway can also be located where no curb exists between the sidewalk and the public street, which the City has reserved for landscaping and utilities. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle within the area of a Parkway. For parkway violators, penalties include issued citations. 

For more information on the enforcement of the Parkway Violation, please visit:  www.ladot.lacity.org

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