It’s a challenge parking in Boston these days with all the snow. For drivers, it’s either a narrow squeeze, or maneuvering to make way.
Parking in Boston on a good day can be tough. Add tons of snow to narrow streets and that becomes nearly impossible.
Although we’ve had our fair share of snow this winter, when Boston delcared a snow emergency Wednesday afternoon, some people were caught off guard.
The back to back snowstorms have hit some businesses hard, taking away customers who can’t find parking or don’t like walking in the snow and cold.
Red Sox fans now won’t be able to expect to get a good deal on parking in Brookline come game day.
The horn section was playing around the corner from Boston’s theatre district even when the light was green Friday afternoon.
Parking at a meter in Boston will soon cost 25 percent more. The city’s transportation department plans to start retrofitting the city’s more than 7,000 parking meters Saturday.
The city is cracking down on people reserving parking spots using items like lawn chairs and cardboard boxes.
That was quite the snowstorm we got, and it has left behind a mess, especially in densely-populated neighborhoods where parking is difficult even when there isn’t a ton of snow in the street.
The following cities and towns have issued snow emergencies for the storm.