Is parking allowed across the street parallel to the opening end of a T-intersection?
Unless allowed by signage, no parking is allowed within an intersection. The accompanying drawing (above) illustrates the no-parking areas included in the Vehicle &Traffic rules.
Within the area “I” (bounded by the extension of the curb lines and the edge of pavement at the top of the T) is the intersection. No stopping, standing, or parking is allowed unless there is signage or parking meters (see V&T§ 1202 (a) 1, c below).
Within the bounds A & B (20 feet from the edge of the crosswalk) is the area where no standing or parking is allowed unless allowed by signage or parking meters. (Vehicles may stop to allow someone to get in and out of a vehicle, such as in the case of a person entering or exiting a taxi).
Quick Answer: What is the difference between No Parking, No Standing, and No Stopping?
Vehicle and Traffic Law
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§ 1202. Stopping, standing or parking prohibited in specified places.
(a) Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, or when in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer or official
traffic-control device, no person shall:
1. Stop, stand or park a vehicle:
a. On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped, standing or parked at the edge or curb of a street;
b. On a sidewalk;
c. Within an intersection, except when permitted by official signs or parking meters on the side of a highway opposite a street which intersects but does not cross such highway;
d. On a cross walk;
e. Between a safety zone and the adjacent curb or within thirty feet of points on the curb immediately opposite the ends of a safety zone, unless a different distance is indicated by official signs, markings or parking meters;