What does a yellow curb indicate?
Yellow curbs mean no stopping, standing, or parking. This includes areas near ATMs, Chubb Hall, Alden Library, etc. Yellow curbs are painted as such for a reason, mostly for safety concerns regarding traffic flow and visibility. When someone parks on a yellow curb, they are putting all other motorists and pedestrians at risk. Do not park on a yellow curb to run to an ATM machine. At the very least, you will be asked to move, and most of the time you will be cited. If you decide to park on a yellow curb to go to an ATM machine, you should probably go ahead and get some extra money to pay the parking ticket you will eventually receive once discovered.

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1. What is the 24hr parking rule?
2. Which areas are limited to two-hour parking?
3. May I park on the sidewalk?
4. What does a yellow curb indicate?
5. Is it legal to block a private drive?
6. What areas may have restricted parking?
7. What are the restrictions to parking downtown?
8. My vehicle has been towed from a private lot. Who do I contact?
9. How do I pay a parking ticket?