In Chicago, will a person receive a ticket for parking their car facing the opposite direction on a two-way residential street?

To clarify: on a two-way residential street in Chicago, cars parked on the "right side" all face "forward" and on the "left side" they all face the other way, or "backward." If someone were the park on the "right side" facing "backward," would that be a... show more To clarify: on a two-way residential street in Chicago, cars parked on the "right side" all face "forward" and on the "left side" they all face the other way, or "backward." If someone were the park on the "right side" facing "backward," would that be a parking violation?

I understand that parking a car on a one-way street facing the opposite direction of traffic flow is illegal, but what about on a two-way street?
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