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NYP Zones in New York City
To our knowledge, this is the most recent NYP parking information issued by the DOT. But New York is a dynamic city. Things change quickly. The accuracy of this list cannot be guaranteed by the DOT or by the Press Club. If you find innaccuracies or other problems, please let us know.
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AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 46TH STREET and WEST 47TH STREET
W Side | 8 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 47TH STREET and WEST 48TH STREET
W Side | 5 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 48TH STREET and WEST 49TH STREET
W Side | 8 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 49TH STREET and WEST 50TH STREET
W Side | 4 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 50TH STREET and WEST 51ST STREET
W Side | 4 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 51ST STREET and WEST 52ND STREET
W Side | 8 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 52ND STREET and WEST 53RD STREET
W Side | 3 Spaces

AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
Between WEST 54TH STREET and WEST 55TH STREET
W Side | 8 Spaces

BROADWAY
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E Side | 1 Space

BROADWAY
Between WEST 37TH STREET and WEST 38TH STREET
E Side | 1 Space

CENTRE STREET
Between GRAND STREET and BROOME STREET
W Side | 1 Space

CHAMBERS STREET
Between ELK STREET and BROADWAY
N Side | 4 Spaces

COOPER SQUARE
Between ASTOR PLACE and EAST 4TH STREET
W Side | 11 Spaces

EAST 24TH STREET
Between MADISON AVENUE and PARK AVENUE SOUTH
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EAST 32ND STREET
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EAST 33RD STREET
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EAST 33RD STREET
Between PARK AVENUE and MADISON AVENUE
N Side | 14 Spaces

EAST 35TH STREET
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EAST 38TH STREET
Between FIFTH AVENUE and MADISON AVENUE
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EAST 40TH STREET
Between Q.M.T. ENTRANCE and FIRST AVENUE
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EAST 41ST STREET
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EAST 43RD STREET
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EAST 45TH STREET
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EAST 45TH STREET
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N Side | 7 Spaces

EAST 47TH STREET
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EAST 47TH STREET
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EAST 56TH STREET
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EAST 60TH STREET
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EAST 67TH STREET
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FIFTH AVENUE
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FREDERICK DOUGLASS BLVD
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GREENE STREET
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GREENWICH STREET
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KING STREET
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MADISON STREET
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MERCER STREET
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MOORE STREET
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PARK AVENUE SOUTH
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PARK AVENUE SOUTH
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PEARL STREET
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RECTOR STREET
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WEST 125TH STREET
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WEST 66TH STREET
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WEST HOUSTON STREET
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WOOSTER STREET
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ADAMS STREET
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GOLD STREET
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JAY STREET
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JORALEMON STREET
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MANHATTAN AVENUE
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REMSEN STREET
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SHEEPSHEAD BAY ROAD
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80TH ROAD
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HILLSIDE AVENUE
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KEW GARDENS ROAD
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QUEENS MIDTOWN EXPRESSWAY
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ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD
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WOODBINE STREET
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RIVER AVENUE
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WALTON AVENUE
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NYPD Press Credentials
NYPD's office of Deputy Commissioner, Public Information, issues credentials to members of the working press who have need to regularly cross NYPD and FDNY lines. Certain proofs of that need are required. The procedure and application process are detailed on the NYPD Website. Below you will find the policy statement that codifies NYPD's press credentials program and how to appeal adverse credentialing decisions.
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THE CITY RECORD

Notice of Adoption

Revision of Chapter 11 of Title 38 of the Official Compilation of Rules of the City of New York

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN the Police Commissioner by Section 434(b) of the New York City Charter and in accordance with the requirement of Section 1043 of the New York City Charter, that the Police Department hereby amends Chapter 11 of Title 38 of the Official Compilation of Rules of the City of New York. Deletions are indicated by brackets.

Written comments were accepted concerning the rules and a public hearing was held on April 7, 2010, at 1 Police Plaza, Room l406, New York, New York 10038, commencing at 11:00 A.M. Written comments and a tape recording of oral comments received at the hearing were available for public inspection between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. in 1 Police Plaza, Room l406, New York, New York 10038.

Section 1. Sections 11-01, 11-02, 11-03 and 11-04 of Chapter 11 of Title 38 of the Official Compilation of the Rules of the City of New York, relating to the issuance of Working Press Cards, Reserve Working Press Cards, Single Event Working Press Cards and Press Identification Cards, are hereby REPEALED and new sections 11-01, 11-02 and 11-03 are added to read as follows:

§ 11-01 Press Card.

(a) The bearer of a Press Card is entitled to (i) subject to safety and evidence preservation concerns, cross police, fire lines or other restrictions, limitations or barriers established by the City of New York at emergency, spot, or breaking news events and public events of a non-emergency nature where police, fire lines or other restrictions, limitations or barriers established by the City of New York have been set up for security or crowd control purposes, within the City of New York - and subject to space limitations, attend events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press.

When the bearer's ability to cross police, fire lines or other restrictions, limitations or barriers established by the City of New York or attend events sponsored by the City of New York is denied, such denial must come from a supervising officer or a member of the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information of the New York City Police Department.

(b) To be eligible to receive the Press Card an individual must be a member of the press who:

(i) Covers, in person, emergency, spot or breaking news events and/or public events of a non-emergency nature, where police, fire lines or other restrictions, limitations, or barriers established by the City of New York have been set up for security or crowd control purposes, within the City of New York; or

(ii) Covers in person, events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press.

(c) An individual under subdivision (b) of this section must submit one or more articles, commentaries, books, photographs, videos, films or audios published or broadcast within the twenty-four (24) months immediately preceding the Press Card application, sufficient to show that the applicant covered in person six (6) or more events occurring on separate days described in subdivision (b) of this section.

(d) Members of the press are employees of news gathering organizations and self-employed newspersons and other individuals who gather and report the news, by publishing or broadcasting articles, commentaries, books, photographs video, film or audio by electronic, print, or digital media such as radio, television, newspapers, magazines, wire, books, and the Internet.

(e) Emergency, spot or breaking news events include, but are not limited to, crime scenes, fires, train wrecks, bombings and plane crashes.

(f) Public events of a non-emergency nature include, but are not limited to, parades, demonstrations and other events occurring in public places.

(g) Events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press include, but are not limited to, local press conferences.

(h) Events sponsored by the City of New York open to members of the press do not include meetings of City officials with individual members of the press.

(i) Supervisory or managerial personnel of a news gathering organization may be issued the Press Card if their responsibilities require that they cover the events specified in paragraphs (i) or (ii) of subdivision (b) of this section in person.

(j) The Press Card is issued every two years and bears the name, photograph, and news organization, if appropriate, of the person to whom it is issued.

(k) An application for a Press Card shall be granted or denied no later than thirty (30) days after the applicant submits a complete application for the Press Card. In the event the application for a Press Card is denied the applicant shall be advised in writing of the basis for denial.

§ 11-02 Reserve Press Card.

(a) The bearer of a Reserve Press Card has the same rights and privileges as a bearer of a Press Card under subdivision (a) of § 11-01 of this chapter.

(b) A Reserve Press Card is only issued to a news organization that retains and directs individual(s) to:

cover, in person emergency, spot or breaking news events and/or public events of a non-emergency nature where police, fire lines or other restrictions, limitations, or barriers established by the City of New York have been set up for security or crowd control purposes, within the City of New York; or

(ii) cover, in person events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press.

(c) A news organization under subdivision (b) of this section must submit six (6) articles, commentaries, books, photographs, videos films or audios published or broadcast on separate days within the twenty-four (24) months immediately preceding the Reserve Press Card application that demonstrate the news organization complies with paragraphs (i) or (ii) of subdivision (b) of this section.

(d) Any editor or supervising employee of a news organization holding Reserve Press Card(s) may provide a Reserve Press Card to an individual retained by the news organization if:

(i) the individual does not have a Press Card under § 11-01 of this chapter and the news organization directs the individual to complete a specific assignment that requires the individual to:

(A) cover, in person, emergency, spot or breaking news events and/or public events of a non-emergency nature, where police fire lines or other restrictions, limitations, or barriers established by the City of New York have been set up for security or crowd control purposes, within the City of New York; or

(B) cover, in person, events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press.

(e) Subdivisions (e) through (k) of § 11-01 of this chapter apply equally to this section.

(f) A news organization is any organization or entity that gathers and reports the news by publishing or broadcasting articles, commentaries, books, photographs, video, film or audio by electronic, print or digital media such as radio, television, newspapers, magazines, wire, books, and the Internet.

(g) The individual provided a Reserve Press Card under subdivision (d) of this section must return the Reserve Press Card back to the editor or supervising employee of the news organization once the editor or supervising employee has determined that the individual has completed the specific assignment for which it was issued.

(h) The Reserve Press Card is issued every two (2) years and bears the name of the news organization to which it is issued.

§ Single Event Press Card.

(a) The bearer of a Single Event Press Card has the same rights and privileges as a bearer of a Press Card under (a) of § 11-01 of this chapter for only a Single Event.

(b) To be eligible to receive a Single Event Press Card for a Single Event an individual must be a member of the press, as defined in subdivision (d) of § 11-01 of this chapter. who:

1) follows the preregistration process set forth in subdivision (c) of § 11-03 of this chapter: and

2) applies for said Single Event Press Card in person. by fax or bye-mail:

a) no less than two (2) weeks before the Singile Event if the Single Event was announced to the public at least two (2) weeks in advance of the Single Event or

b) no later than two (2) days after the Single Event was announced to the public for a Single Event scheduled less than two (2) weeks in advance, with the exception that in case of exigent circumstances, such as a natural disaster, terrorist attack or other public emergency, the application should be submitted as soon as practicable.

(c) An individual must preregister by completing an application that includes personal identifying information, the name of the news organization that employs or retains the individual, if any, and a description of six (6) ofthe individual's most recent news publications; and

(ii) each preregistration will be valid for two (2) years.

(d) An application for a Single Event Press Card shall be granted or denied no later than two (2) business days before the scheduled event, except that in the case of applications submitted less than two (2) weeks before the scheduled event, the application shall be granted or denied as soon as practicable. In the event the application for a Single Event Press Card is denied, the individual shall be advised in writing of the basis for the denial.

(e) An individual must appear in person to obtain a Single Event Press Card if his or her application is granted.

(f) A Single Event must be an event within the category of events described in § 11-01 of this chapter.

Section 2. Sections 11-11 and 11-12 of chapter 11 of Title 38 of the Official Compilation of the Rules of the City of New York are hereby amended to read as follows:

§ 11-11 Hearing.

(a) Any person who is denied any of the above-described press credentials may appeal and request a hearing with respect to such decision, in writing, to the Commanding Officer, Public Information Division, within [ten (10)] twenty (20) days from the date of the denial. The applicant will be notified of a hearing date which shall be no more than thirty (30) days from receipt of the request for a hearing, unless there is a mutual agreement to another date. Any person denied a Single Event Press Card may request that the hearing be waived.

(b) In those instances where any of the above-described press credentials are summarily suspended. a hearing may be requested by the holder of the press credential and such hearing shall be provided no later than five (5) business days from the request.

(c) Whenever the revocation of the above-described press credentials is sought, a hearing shall be provided before such revocation shall take effect. However, if there has been a summary suspension of the press credential which is the subject of the revocation, the hearing for the suspension can also serve as the hearing required herein.

(d) At all such hearings the applicant will have the right to be represented by counsel.

(e) The Commanding Officer, Public Information Division, shall hold the above-described hearings and issue a written decision within forty-five (45) days of the conclusion of the hearing. In the event that the appeal is denied the applicant shall be advised in writing of the basis for the denial. In the event that an applicant for a Single Event Press Card waives the hearing, the appeal will be decided by the Commanding Officer, Public Information Division, as soon as practicable after the receipt of the appeal.

§ 11-12 Review by the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information.

If, after a hearing, the decision to deny the applicant's request for a press credential is upheld, the applicant will be advised in writing of the basis for denial of the application. An appeal of this decision may be made, in writing, to the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information, within [ten (10)] twenty (20) days of the date contained in the "Notice of Hearing Result." Any documentation in support of the appeal should be submitted with the request to the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information. The Deputy Commissioner Public Information shall issue a written decision, setting forth the basis for denial in the event the denial is upheld within thirty (30) days of the date when the appeal is received.

Statement of Basis and Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to revise and clarify current procedures for issuing press credentials in order to ensure fair treatment of all individuals who demonstrate a need for press credentials, regardless of the form of media in which the individual intends to publish.

The rule defines "members of the press" to include individuals who gather and report the news for publication by means of print, radio, television, Internet and other forms of media. A member of the press can obtain a press card by demonstrating a need to cover in person a) news events that require crossing police lines or other barriers established by the City of New York, or b) events sponsored by the City of New York which are open to members of the press. Specifically, an applicant must submit one or more articles or other works published or broadcast in the previous twenty-four months to show that the applicant covered in person six or more different events of this nature.

The rule continues to provide for the issuance of Reserve Press Cards for news organizations, including on-line news organizations. It also provides for the issuance of Single Event Press Cards, but includes a new pre-registration process for individuals who are interested in these press credentials. The rule repeals section 11-04 of Title 38, which authorized the issuance of Press Identification Cards.

Finally, the rule establishes timeframes for granting or denying a press card application, and also for hearings and appeals concerning the denial of an application.

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