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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.

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