NEW YORK CITY — In addition to Easter and Passover, many New Yorkers are celebrating an alternate side parking holiday this week.
Alternate side parking has been suspended since Tuesday and will remain suspended through April 2, with the exception of Saturday, the Department of Transportation said.
The suspension marks the largest annual concentration of the city's 44 alternate side parking holidays. Because Passover and Easter fall the same week this year, the two Easter-related parking holidays come in the middle of the four Passover-related ones.
Motorists should take advantage while they can — the next alternate side parking holiday is not until Orthodox Holy Thursday, on May 2.