New Yorkers seek possible parking places among piles of ice

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Winter seems to be slowly melting away whenever the sun is out. But the freezing temperatures insure it isn't going anywhere yet.

Ice piles line city streets.

But New Yorkers manage to make the most of possible parking places.

The NYC Department of Transportation suspends Alternate Side Parking regulations for snow and cold weather. The rules were suspended 16 days in February 2015 and 18 times in last year.

A spokesperson for the NYC Department of Sanitation, which is in charge of snow removal and street cleaning, is anticipating bright sunlight early in the day to assist in snow and ice removal.

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