What is the difference between No Parking, No Standing, and No Stopping?

No Stopping sign No Standing sign No Parking sign

In New York State, the three terms “parking,” “standing,” and “stopping” are defined in Sections 129, 145, and 147 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law (V&T). Section 1200 of the V&T outlines the basic rules for no parking, no standing and no stopping. The New York State Supplement to the MUTCD also describes the three situations as follows.

Resources

Vehicle & Traffic Law
Click on the drop down menu for Laws and select Laws of New York & scroll down to VAT - Vehicle & Traffic

Cover of the NYS Supplement to the Manual on 
Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)

NYS Supplement to the Manual on
Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)

NYSDOT

 

 

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