Cars still encased in snow and ice got no special treatment.
New York City on Monday issued 9,910 parking tickets— twice the average number — as alternate-side parking regulations went back in effect following a record month of snow.
Those summonses could bring the city as much as $437,000.
On an average day, the city doles out 5,460 tickets. That's about $241,000 in fines.
Alternate-side-of-the street regulations allow the Sanitation Department to clean streets — and remove remaining piles of snow.