To add to this...what if you work at a school/college as was said there is no exception for the parking lot so you can't legally carry while driving to work and then lock it in your car while you go into work.
I think ultimately both NY and NJ are going to face a new round of litigation for a number of reasons. One, the overly broad definition of "restricted places" is just that and unenforceable period. The second front? Both of these states are pricing poor people out of self defense altogether. NY had something like a $400 fee for the carry permit out of the gate. That's ignoring fingerprinting costs, storage requirements (good safes aren't cheap) and the time it takes to chase down all the paperwork. If you're on a low/fixed income and just happen to live in a high crime area, what do you do then?
NJ isn't far behind, as most states have a five year expiration on permits whereas NJ says two. Not to mention you have to resubmit all the same information every time you renew--including fingerprints, which last I checked don't "expire."
You'd think after Heller, McDonald, and now Bruen they'd give it a rest, but they refuse. I think the only recourse here will be prosecution for infringing upon the rights of citizens as defined by the Constitution.