NLZ Infill Request

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Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Ovington Ave - 5 Ave - 6 Ave

Residential streets do not require loading zones

Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Sterling Pl - 6 Ave - 7 Ave

Narrow street, concentration of condos, frequent double parking from delivery and moving vehicles blocking road during daytime. Honking and yelling multiple times per day. Curbs always completely full of cars stored by minority of residents during the day for free; particularly concentrated here due to nearby construction eliminating curb parking on surrounding streets. 4-8 spots switched to loading zones would better serve the majority of residents living on these adjacent blocks.

Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
5 Ave - 7 St - 8 St - Brooklyn

I live on 5th ave, between 7th and 8th st, and we have specifically a large grocery store that gets deliveries throughout the day. Every single day I hear a horn, and look outside my window, and it's a large delivery truck, parked square in the street (because people park their cars next to the grocery store and leave them there all day) and this leaves only 1 lane open on the other side. As a result traffic gets stopped in both directions for 10-15 minutes while everyone is honking, sometimes ambulances get stuck travelling to citymd nextdoor, sometimes fire trucks, sometimes police cars, it's a total disaster that happens daily. There is no logical reason someone would have to park outside a grocery store all day. Please turn it into a large truck loading zone, so this doesn't happen. It used to be better, but now with permanent dining structures on the other side, there's no excess room for a car to go around the idling truck.

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Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
East 81 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave

directly in front of 301 E 81st St for entrance and exit from building to street.

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Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
East 81 St - 2 Ave - 1 Ave - Manhattan

NLZ would be ideal in front of 301 E 81st Street due to constant double-parking and inability for residents to enter and exit building to street. 301 E 81st Street is a new development with 32 units.

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Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Luquer St - Clinton St - Court St

The block is very narrow. Delivery trucks always parking on the corner, making it hard to turn. Also delivery trucks always blocking driveways on the block.

Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
73 St - 37 Ave - 37 Rd

This is the loading and unloading area for many businesses in that area. Especially for Diversity Plaza.

Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Court St - Douglass St - Degraw St

This area desperately needs a NLZ. There are always trucks backed up here because people are parking directly in front of the Union Market at all times. Huge traffic backup and the air is filled with smog just so 4-5 cars can stand for a bit.

Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Justice Ave - 54 Ave - 55 Ave

184 condo units new development with active pick-up/delivery channels and other loading in/out from residents and tenants. Adding a loading zone here would help clear traffic.

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Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Neighborhood Loading Zone Suggestion
Ketcham St - Baxter Ave - Queens

Constant delivery causing traffic and noise pollution

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