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The Final 50 Feet of the Urban Goods Delivery System: Tracking Curb Use in Seattle
This report studies curb use at five typical locations in Greater Downtown Seattle to understand how cities can effectively manage curb access.
“Commercial and passenger vehicle drivers use commercial vehicle loading zones (CVLZs) and passenger load zones (PLZs) fluidly: commercial vehicles are parking in PLZs, and passenger vehicles are parking in CVLZs.”
“Most commercial vehicle (CV) demand is for short-term parking: 15 or 30 minutes.”
“Thirty-six percent of the total commercial vehicles (CVs) parked along the curb were service CVs, showing the importance of factoring their behavior and future demand into urban parking schemes.”
“Forty-one percent of commercial vehicles parked in unauthorized locations.”
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