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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Canal St - East Broadway - Essex St

You should implement every single one of these NLZ plus MANY MANY MANY MORE

Multiple Buses Arrive Together
Multiple Buses Arrive Together

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 6 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

Delivery trucks - not dekker. (Correcting spellcheck on my previous comment.)

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 6 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

With 100s of apartments and dozens of package dekker trucks daily, E 6th St btwn Ave and B badly needs a NLZ. The Ave A corner would allow use on that avenue, which will soon have dedicated bus lanes. It probably can't be adjacent to the Con Ed substation, so I marked across the street.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

437 East 9th Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone to provide Street space for Delivery trucks who are currently using the M8 Bus Stop as a Loading Zone, all day, every day.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

442 East 9 Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: Delivery trucks are blocking the bike lane since they have no available curb access.

Blocking the Box
Blocking the Box

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 11 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

306 East 11 Street is a perfect location for a Neighborhood Loading Zone since it is a continuation of the Parking Garage Curb Cut, providing an easy, spacious, entry point for the Utility Trucks to pull to the curb. When an Oil Tanker is operating the street is completely blocked, not allowing passage of vehicles, create endless honking and air pollution from idling engines.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 10 St - East 11 St

167 Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: the Food Establishments on the west side of the Avenue receive all their deliveries on the east side of the Avenue. Since there's no available curb space the delivery trucks are double parked, completely blocking the northbound moving lane of Avenue B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 7 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

134 East 7th Street is 79 unit residential building that receives deliveries and services from Utility vehicles all day, every day. The Delivery trucks have no available curb space to operate at and end up double parking on the south side of the block, creating an unsafe situation for bicycle riders.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 6 St - East 7 St

104 Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: Delivery and Utility vehicles are operating all day, every day and have zero available curb access, end up double parking and completely blocking the Southbound moving lane of Avenue B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 7 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

The north side of East 7th Street west of Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone. Delivery trucks with no available curb space are blocking the fire hydrant and the crosswalk on the North West corner of the intersection.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

312 East 9th Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone. When Delivery trucks are operating at this location they have no available curb space and end up double parking on the south side of the street, blocking the Unprotected Bike Lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

345 East 9th Street is a perfect location for a Neighborhood Loading Zone that will provide space for delivery trucks to operate at instead of blocking the M8 Bus Stop.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

East 12th Street between 1st Av and Avenue A is served by Utility and Delivery vehicles all day, every day. a Multitude of Neighborhood Loading Zones is needed to clear the Protected Bike Lane on the north curb which is currently used a Loading Zone.

Bus Blocked From Curb
Bus Blocked From Curb

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 11 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

East 11th Street west of Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: the location sees Delivery trucks activity all day, every day. Truck drivers are using the citibike station as a Loading Zones when it is empty. When it is full they double park and block the crosswalk.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 12 St - East 13 St

Avenue A north of East 12th Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone to accommodate Delivery trucks activity without blocking the northbound moving lane and bike lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

East 12th Street between 1st Avenue and Avenue A needs a designation of multiple Neighborhood Loading Zones since it sees delivery and utility activity all day, every day.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 13 St - Avenue B - Avenue A

13th st bike lane often blocked, especially at city water meter. NLZ would be helpful.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 10 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

247 East 10 Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: when delivery trucks are operating they are blocking the unprotected bike lane, putting bicycle riders in harm's way.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 4 St - East 5 St

The block of Avenue A between East 4th St and East 3rd Streets is in a need of multiple Neighborhood Loading Zones since multiple delivery trucks, utility vehicles and For Hire Vehicles are all operating 7 days a week at all hours, blocking the southbound moving lane and bike lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 6 St - East 7 St

97 Avenue A is in a need of a Neighborhood Loading Zone: Delivery trucks are blocking the southbound Avenue A moving lane and Bike lane, forcing the M14A SBS to drive in the northbound lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 3 Ave - 2 Ave

East 12th Street between 3rd avenue and 2nd Avenue is in need of multiple Neighborhood Loading Zones. Home delivery trucks such as USPS, UPS, FedEx, Fresh Direct are operating throughout the day and at the same time. Since the whole south curb of the block is designated Alternate Side Parking these delivery trucks have no curb space to operate at and are blocking the ProtectedBike lane on the north curb of the block.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

East 12th Street between Avenue A and Avenue B is in a need of multiple Neighborhood Loading Zone: The Protected Bike lane is completely blocked daily by delivery trucks who service the food establishments on E12th St, on Av A and on Av B (Baldor trucks, Manhattan Beer distributors etc.). At the same time USPS, UPS and FedEx trucks are delivering to the residential buildings. There is no available curb space on the south side of the street so all these trucks are completely blocking the Protected Bike lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

The East 12th Street block between 1st Av and Av A needs multiple Neighborhood Loading Zones because through out the day multiple Delivery and Utility vehicles are operating at the same time. It is very common to observe a USPS, a UPS and a utility vehicle blocking the Protected Bike lane since the whole south curb is designated Alternate Side Parking or DOE employees parking during school days

Remove Bus Stop
Remove Bus Stop

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 10 St - East 11 St

170 Avenue A needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone so that delivery trucks will be able to operate without blocking the Northbound moving lane and bike lane of Avenue A

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 10 St - East 11 St

163 Avenue A needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone so that delivery trucks will be able to operate without blocking the M14A SBS Bus stop.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - Avenue B - Avenue C

East 9th Street east of Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone. When utility vehicles are operating the crosswalk is blocked because there is no curb space to operate at.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 11 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

East 11th Street west of Avenue A has a single Loading Zone on the south side. When the space is occupied Delivery trucks are blocking the fire hydrant on the north side of the street when making deliveries.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
St Marks Pl - 1 Ave - Avenue A

St Marks Place east of 1st Avenue is lined up with food establishments and businesses on both sides. Delivery trucks are either parked illegally on the north side at the No Stopping Anytime area or double parked illegally on the south side when making deliveries.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 7 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

120 East 7th Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone. This block has some 30 food establishments and not enough Open curb space to deliver goods to the businesses. Trucks are double parked when making deliveries.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 5 St - East 6 St

Avenue B north of East 5th Street is blocked daily by UPS Delivery trucks making deliveries while double parked, blocking the northbound lane of Avenue B completely.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 5 St - East 6 St

Avenue B at E6th Street needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: the Dairy truck is delivering to the school cafeteria every day without any curb space to operate. Dairy truck is double parked at the fire hydrant, blocking access for First Responders while blocking the northbound lane of Avenue B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

East 12th St west of Avenue B needs a Neighborhood Loading Zone: Every delivery truck that brings goods to the deli on the NW corner of Av B and E12th St is either blocks the protected bike lane on E12th St or double parks on the south side of the street: there is no other street space to operate at.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East Houston St - Ludlow St - Essex St

Passenger vehicles frequently block the bike lane in front of Katz's deli.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 4 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

The north side of East 4th St west of Avenue B is in a need of a Neighborhood Loading Zone. When an Oil Tanker is operating, when a Delivery truck is operating they completely block the west crosswalk of the intersection.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 11 St - 3 Ave - 2 Ave

The Citibike Station was removed from the SW corner of E11th St and 2nd Av. Delivery trucks immediately started using it as a Loading Zone. Trucks that are operating at the curb are not double parked and create a safer route for bicycle riders heading westbound on East 11th Street.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 10 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

The fire hydrant on 201 East 10th St is used as a Loading Zone: Delivery trucks are blocking both the hydrant and the east crosswalk on East 10th St when making deliveries.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 4 St - East 5 St

The fire hydrant on the east side of Av B between E4th and E5th Streets is used as a Loading Zone. Delivery trucks are blocking the hydrant and because the space is not big enough they usually block the northbound (and only) moving lane of Avenue B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 7 St - Avenue B - Avenue C

The fire hydrant on the SE corner of E7th St and Av B is used daily as a Loading Zone. USPS trucks are blocking the hydrant and the east crosswalk on 7th St when making deliveries. Designating a Neighborhood Loading Zone next to the hydrant will provide a solution to the problem.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 4 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

Narrow street with bike lane and a lot of through traffic. Riding a bike is dangerous when people regularly double park in bike lane. Traffic (including emergency vehicles) regularly gets blocked here if a larger car or truck is double-parked (or trying to pass a normal sized car) and produces a lot of honking and noise. I think there should be loading zones both mid-block and at the far East end of 4th St (near Ave B)

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 4 St - Avenue B - Avenue C

USPS trucks making deliveries to the residential buildings on the south side of the street are blocking the unprotected bike lane. 256 East 4th St already has a No Parking anytime area in front of the church, just need to be extended to a Neighborhood Loading Zone.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 5 St - East 6 St

Common location for double parking during morning hours which is particularly dangerous for parents bringing kids to school as vehicles travel the wrong way, over the double yellow line, making crossing difficult. No Parking rules on block below are chronically violated.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 3 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition received a signed request for a loading zone from Book Club at 197 E 3rd street. Presumably loading zone(s) would go near but not directly outside restaurant businesses to avoid conflicts with outdoor dining.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 3 St - East 4 St

Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition received a signed request for a loading zone from East Village Finest Deli at 50 Ave B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 10 St - East 11 St

Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition received signed requests for loading zones from Desi Galli, Khiladi and Eleven B at 172, 174 and 175 Ave B. Presumably loading zone(s) would go near but not directly outside restaurant businesses to avoid conflicts with outdoor dining.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 11 St - East 12 St

Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition received signed requests for loading zones from Jose Luis, Haile Cafe and La La Laundry at 180, 182 and 186 Ave B. Presumably loading zone(s) would go near but not directly outside restaurant businesses to avoid conflicts with outdoor dining.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 12 St - East 13 St

Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition received signed requests for loading zones from Geova Atelier and B Side at 204 and 208 Ave B. Presumably loading zone would go near but not directly outside these businesses to avoid conflicts with outdoor dining.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

Delivery trucks making deliveries and For Hire Vehicles dropping off and picking up passengers are blocking the bike lane when servicing the businesses and residential buildings on the south side of the street.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

350 East 9th Street received daily deliveries for the food establishments and businesses on the south and north side of the street. Delivery trucks making deliveries are blocking the unprotected bike lane, putting bicycle riders at risk. Delivery trucks are also blocking the M8 Bus Stop on the north side of the street, west of 1st Avenue.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

324 East 9th Street receives daily deliveries for the businesses and residents. Delivery trucks are blocking the Unprotected Bike Lane when making deliveries, putting bicycle riders at risk.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 4 St - Cooper Square - 2 Ave

63 East 4th Street receives deliveries for businesses and residents. Delivery and utility trucks block the Unprotected Bike lane when making deliveries.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 11 St - Avenue B - Avenue C

171 Av B, The South East Corner of Ave B and East 11 St is a good location for a Neighborhood Loading Zone for delivery trucks who service the food establishments on the west side of the block.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue C - East 11 St - East 12 St

Delivery trucks almost always block the bicycle lanes on both sides of the Avenue C here. An NLZ is needed.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue C - East 7 St - East 8 St

Dellivery trucks almost always block the bicyle lanes on each side of Avenue C. An NLZ is needed here.

Vehicles Driving in Bike Lane
Vehicles Driving in Bike Lane

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 13 St - 4 Ave - 3 Ave

Bridge and Tunnel workers for the FDNYC who come into New York to work for the day, leave their junk in the bicycle lane and on the sidewalk here. An NLZ would be good here. While the "firemen" are not really making deliveries, (they are just too cheap or too lazy to take the train to New York), they might at least use the NLZ to store their junk rather than on the sidewalk or in the bicycle lane.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 12 St - East 13 St

Delivery trucks are always blocking bicycle lane on East side of the Ave. A. An NLZ is needed here.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 13 St - East 14 St

Delivery trucks are always blocking the bicycle lane on the East Side of the Street. An NLZ is needed here.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

Delivery trucks always blocking bicycle lane. An NLZ is needed here.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 4 Ave - 3 Ave

Delivery trucks are always blocking the bicycle lane. An NLZ would be good here.

Free Standing Truck Trailer
Free Standing Truck Trailer

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 6 St - East 7 St

103 Avenue B is receiving daily deliveries for the businesses and residents above. Delivery trucks are double parked and create an unsafe situation for people using the Avenue B Open Street.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 9 St - East 10 St

North of the fire hydrant on the east side of Av B there's enough room to designate a Neighborhood Loading Zone that will connect nicely to another one south of the Fire Hydrant. 149 Av B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 10 St - 3 Ave - Stuyvesant St

Frequent double parking in bike lane

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 3 Ave - 2 Ave

EVERY afternoon there are delivery trucks blocking the bike lane here. It's super unsafe. Please put a loading zone across the street.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East Broadway - Pike St - Rutgers St

East Broadway in both directions has constantly blocked bike lanes due to loading school, commercial and residential traffic, great candidate for a NLZ

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 10 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

The bike lane on 10th is constantly blocked by loading/unloading cars, would make a great candidate for a NLZ

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Clinton St - East Broadway - Henry St

The bike lane on Clinton is frequently blocked by loading/unloading cars, would make a great candidate for a NLZ

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Stanton St - Ludlow St - Essex St

Bike lane perpetually blocked, several retail shops along this strip of Stanton St that always have lines and loading/unloading cars, great candidate for NLZ.

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Broome St - Clinton St - Suffolk St

The bike lane on Clinton St is CONSTANTLY filled with loading and unloading trucks and residential traffic from the building above Trader Joe's. Expanding the neighboring blocks to create a NLZs for them would be much appreciated.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Broome St - Norfolk St - Essex St

Essex Market is an extremely busy building with a large residential complex above, and the main entrance would make a fabulous place for a NLZ

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Grand St - Suffolk St - Clinton St

The Clinton St bike lane above Grand St is CONSTANTLY filled with loading and unloading trucks from the surrounding buildings. Making more space around these buildings on Grand St, Norfolk St and Broome St NLZs would be wonderful.

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East Broadway - Montgomery St - Clinton St

The bike lane on East Broadway between Clinton and Pitt is very frequently blocked by loading/unloading vehicles going to/from Seward Park and the surrounding buildings. It would make a great candidate for a NLZ!

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Grand St - Abraham Kazan St - Jackson St

The Citibike station at Grand St and Henry St is very frequently filled with trucks and delivery vehicles offloading goods. It would make for a great area for a NLZ, right outside of People Choice Pharmacy

Street View
Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Lewis St - Grand St - Broome St

Lewis St, right north of Grand St, is very frequently filled with double-parked UPS trucks offloading goods. It's a perfect candidate for a NLZ!

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Curbside Parking Issue
Madison St - Jackson St - Grand St

Grand St east of Madison St is perpetually filled with UPS, FedEx and USPS trucks blocking a bike lane and to offload goods. It is a perfect candidate for a NLZ!

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Grand St - Pitt St - Attorney St

Grand St between Clinton St and Pitt St is perpetually filled with trucks and cars offloading goods and people. It is a perfect candidate for a NLZ!

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 6 St - Manhattan

We frequently see delivery trucks double-parked on the NW corner of 6th Street & Ave B, forcing cars to pull out into oncoming traffic. It would be a great spot for a loading zone.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 11 St - East 12 St

The residential buildings and the businesses on this block receive deliveries 7 days a week. The double parked delivery trucks block the view for the families of the public schools Children Workshop School and the East Village Community School who use the south crosswalk on Av B and East 12th St heavily at school drop off and pick up times.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 5 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

The businesses and residential buildings on this block receive deliveries 7 days a week. Delivery trucks have no curb access and are forced to double park.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 6 St - East 7 St

The East side of Av B between E7th and E6th Streets is lined with businesses that gets deliveries 7 days a week. Utility vehicles that service this buildings have n curb access to operate at.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 7 St - East 8 St

Delivery trucks to the businesses on Av B south of East 7 St are double parked north of East 7th St in order to deliver.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 6 St - East 7 St

This neighborhood Loading Zone will serve both Av B and East 6th St. The curb at E6th St is designated DOE employees and when delivery trucks are operating they eliminate the east crosswalk or double park on the east side of Av B.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - 1 Ave - Avenue A

438 East 12 St is an apartment building with 82 units that receives deliveries from USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, Amazon and Fresh Direct daily. All delivery trucks are using the north side of the street, designated as a Protected Bike Lane, blocking it completely.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 11 St - East 12 St

The SW corner of Av A and E 12th St: the Bodega receives deliveries, soon another food establishment opens up. On the east side of Av A on this block there's only one metered spot that can be converted to an NLZ. That's not enough. The whole block needs to be designated a Loading Zone especially because double parked trucks are blocking the M14A bus.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 8 St - East 9 St

USPS trucks and For Hire Vehicle vehicles use the southbound lane for drop off and pick up of passengers.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Delancey St - Ridge St - Clinton St

This is a great big roadway with plenty of room for truck loading to Target or TJs which could help clearing the Clinton st bike lane which is always blocked

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Broome St - Attorney St - Clinton St

Clinton St 2 way bike lane CONSTANTLY blocked with big trucks and an incredibly dangerous location especially for biking southbound. Need loading zones on Broome to absorb demand for loading. Also Target/TJs truck bay always has an employee's personal car in it preventing use for loading trucks.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Broome St - Clinton St - Suffolk St

Clinton St 2 way bike lane CONSTANTLY blocked with big trucks and an incredibly dangerous location especially for biking southbound. Need loading zones on Broome to absorb demand for loading. Also Target/TJs truck bay always has an employee's personal car in it preventing use for loading trucks.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Orchard St - Canal St - Hester St

Trucks often double parked on narrow street or even on the sidewalk on the east side of Orchard street here. Need loading zones to support all the small businesses without running over the customers walking on the sidewalk.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Suffolk St - Delancey St - Rivington St

Bike lane on east side of street is constantly blocked with UPS and other trucks parked in bike lane. I bike my child home from school (12th between B&C) on this route and it is not safe enough at all. Need loading zones on west side of street to keep bike lane clear.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Stanton St - Clinton St - Attorney St

Bike lane often blocked here. Need loading zones for trucks and dropoffs.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Stanton St - Suffolk St - Clinton St

Bike lane often blocked here. Need loading zones for trucks and dropoffs.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Clinton St - East Houston St - Stanton St

Bike lane on east side of street is constantly blocked with UPS and other trucks parked in bike lane or on the sidewalk. I bike my child to school (12th between B&C) on this route and it is not safe enough at all. I am afraid to walk here as well because of all the driving onto the sidewalk. Clinton street desperately needs more loading zones on the west side in between the restaurants.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Clinton St - Rivington St - Delancey St

Bike lane on east side of street is constantly blocked with UPS and other trucks parked in bike lane or on the sidewalk. I bike my child to school (12th between B&C) on this route and it is not safe enough at all. I am afraid to walk here as well because of all the driving onto the sidewalk. Clinton street desperately needs more loading zones on the west side in between the restaurants.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Clinton St - Stanton St - Rivington St

Bike lane on east side of street is constantly blocked with UPS and other trucks parked in bike lane or on the sidewalk. I bike my child to school (12th between B&C) on this route and it is not safe enough at all. I am afraid to walk here as well because of all the driving onto the sidewalk. Clinton street desperately needs more loading zones on the west side in between the restaurants.

Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue A - East 11 St - East 12 St

North East Corner of Av A and E 11 St: delivery trucks downloading goods to businesses across the street which has 1 metered spot (the rest of the block is a bus stop and Outdoor Dining area of 3 restaurants. There is a hydrant at the corner so it makes it easier to pull in and out into the NLZ. Currently delivery trucks are blocking the southbound bike lane and the southbound M14A bus route, buses are forced to drive into northbound moving lane when maneuvering around the double parked trucks.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - Avenue A - Avenue B

"Protected" bike lane on 12th street is constantly being blocked by construction vehicles and people parking to go inside the deli on 12/B. This block could use multiple loading zones.

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Curbside Parking Issue
East 12 St - Avenue B - Avenue C

"Protected" bike lane on 12th street is constantly being blocked by construction vehicles and people parking to go inside the deli on 12/B. This block could use multiple loading zones.

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Curbside Parking Issue
Avenue B - East 9 St - East 10 St

Darwin Ramos, the superintendent of the Christodora, a very large residential building (over 75 units) at 143 Avenue B and East 9 Street, is requesting a Neighborhood Loading Zone on Avenue B at the Northeast Corner of E 9 Street. This space is currently designated for street parking, which leads to double-parking in front of the building. From the residential neighborhood, move-in/out trucks to FedEx, UPS, Postal service trucks usually double-parked unloading and uploading. For further information, please contact christodora.superintendent@gmail.com

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Curbside Parking Issue
East 9 St - Avenue B - Manhattan

Darwin Ramos, the superintendent of the Christodora, a very large residential building (over 75 units) at 143 Avenue B and East 9 Street, is requesting a Neighborhood Loading Zone on Avenue B at the Northeast Corner of E 9 Street. This space is currently designated for street parking, which leads to double-parking in front of the building. For further information, please contact christodora.superintendent@gmail.com

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