Open Streets, roadway dining suspended for Super Bowl Sunday due to storm
The city's Open Streets program and roadway dining will be suspended on Super Bowl Sunday due to the snowstorm that's taking aim at the city.
Officials made the announcement Saturday afternoon at a news conference on storm preparations.
Sidewalk dining remains open, officials say.
The Department of Sanitation also announced that alternate side parking will be suspended through Feb. 12. That's to facilitate snow operations, and the suspension also includes the Lunar New Year and Lincoln’s Birthday holidays.
Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the City.
News 12 meteorologists say we can expect 4-8 inches of snowfall across the city from Sunday's coastal storm. It comes as New York continues to cleanup from the snow dumped by a nor'easter earlier this week.