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Cycle Tracks, “Floating Parking” and Bike Buffer Zones

3:13 PM EST on March 7, 2011

While we were out videotaping for another Streetfilm, Gary Toth, the director of transportation initiatives with Project for Public Spaces (his resume includes 34 years of management experience at NJDOT), took a moment to give a short explanation on what "floating parking" is, why using it is a very smart budgetary decision by the NYCDOT, and why a buffer-zone exists between exiting drivers and cyclists.

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