Changes Coming to Normandy Isle Parking
As one of Miami Beach’s many popular neighborhoods, Normandy Isle in the North Beach area has had to deal with a common problem found throughout the city after the rush hour traffic has come and gone: dealing with the problem of scooters and motorcycles. It’s not unusual for drivers to find an empty spot only to realize it’s been taken by one of these smaller vehicles, often forcing drivers to park in lots that are metered.
Parking remains a major concern for residents of the North Beach area and Miami Beach officials are doing something about it by launching a pilot program intended to address and accommodate individuals driving one of these three types of vehicles. The six month pilot program will see 35 parking spaces for scooters and motorcycles bunched together so that curbside space is not taken up by these vehicles and larger vehicles will be able to find a spot.
Before rolling out the program, the city will have a 60 day grace period where it will being to make the public aware of the changes via signs, fliers, and warnings. This grace period begins on Monday and will be followed on May 23 with citations if the smaller vehicles continue to park in the regular spots. Following the citations, vehicles will be towed beginning on May 30.
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