§ 74.01  NO STOPPING OR STANDING AREAS.
   It shall be unlawful to permit any vehicle, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other vehicles or pedestrians or in compliance with the direction of a traffic police officer or signal, to stop or stand in any of the following places:
   (A)   In any intersection;
   (B)   In a crosswalk;
   (C)   At any place where the standing of a vehicle reduces the useable width of the roadway from moving traffic to less than 18 feet;
   (D)   Within 20 feet of a driveway entrance to any Fire Department station;
   (E)   Upon any bridge or viaduct, or in any subway or the approach thereto;
   (F)   Within 20 feet of any intersection; except, however, within 30 feet of the intersection of Thirtieth and Maine Streets, within 40 feet of the intersection of Eighteenth and Elm Streets, and within 30 feet in all directions from the radii points at the intersection of 11th and College Avenue;
   (G)   Within 50 feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing;
   (H)   On any sidewalk or parkway;
   (I)   At any place where official signs prohibit parking;
   (J)   Within four feet of the side of any railroad tracks;
   (K)   Within five feet each side of the intersection of a public alley with a street or parkway; and
   (L)   Parking on parkways.  Between that portion of a street or highway actually improved, designed and used for vehicular traffic and the adjacent property lines of private property not subject to a right-of-way or public ownership. Without limiting the effect of this provision, it is intended that this division shall make unlawful parking on sidewalks, parkways, grass ways or other areas between the paved or improved portion of a street or highway and adjacent property lines of private property not subject to a right-of-way or public ownership.
(1980 Code, § 20.501) (Ord. 9287, passed 3-21-2016)  Penalty, see § 74.99
Cross-reference:
   No stopping or standing areas, see Ch. 82, Sch. I