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Park Right; NYC Pride’s Parking & Transportation Solutions

Saying that parking in New York City can be a challenge is the understatement of the year. So when we were contacted by www.ParkRight.com we had to tell you all about it. When we found out that during NYC Pride they’d have 3 locations for each of the following official NYC events, we had to make sure you had the 411:
•The rally
Friday, June 27th 2014
6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Hudson River Park: Pier 26
PARK RIGHT location : 16 HUBERT ST New York, NY 10013
If going south on Greenwhich St. make a left on Hubert (See map below)

•Teaze
Saturday June 28th 2014
4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hudson River Park: Pier 26
PARK RIGHT LOCATION: 16 HUBERT ST New York, NY 10013
•VIP Rooftop Party
Saturday, June 28th 2014
2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hudson Terrace
621 W. 46th St.
PARK RIGHT Location: 670 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036

•Dance on The Pier
Sunday June 29th 2014
4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hudson River Park: Pier 26
PARK RIGHT LOCATION: 16 HUBERT ST. New York, NY 10013

Transportation Needs And Issues

A basic element to assure the self-reliance of all members living in your society – whether they need a drive to a job, school, medical services, or social advent is transportation.

In conferring transportation needs, we need to acknowledge both framework in addition to roads, bridges, sidewalks, etc. and modes including buses, bikes, cars etc.

Transportation framework is closely bound to land use. Land use has a tremendous effect on how people go about their daily lives. Transportation mode directs how people make use of transportation infrastructure. The two principles are closely associated. Like, if you live 1/2 mile from the supermarket store, but the only way to get there is on a cramped, hustling road with no side-paths or bike-lanes, you are onto the verge to drive. If there is a direct bike path, you might take in to account  biking instead.We can best deal the assorted needs of our community counting those who can’t or don’t drive by adjusting our base and otherwise promoting all modes of transportation.

A absence of transportation implies a serious restraint to the environmental and sentimental welfare of many persons, the aged, the crippled, the poor, and the citizens of agricultural areas are in particular sensitive. There has been a heavy fixation in transportation judgements with integrity applications that ought to be determined with implication to equality of rights, conveniences, and petitions to public services. Current government programs have preferred the concept of public investments or services being shared according to individual needs.

The bigger the city, the greater its involvement and the potential for interruptions, particularly when this complexity is not completely taken in to handled. The most critical transport complications are often related to city areas and take place when transport systems, for many reasons, cannot fulfill the various essentials of urban movabiltiy.

People are putting in an widening amount of time going back and forth between their home and workplace. An important cause trailing the bent is related to urban sustainability as habitation located further away from midmost areas where most of the employment remains is more reasonable. So, commuters are dealing time for urban affordability.

Traffic drifting affects the life and co operations of residents and their use of street space. More traffic  retards communal interactions and street activities. People head to walk and cycle less when traffic is large. Flourishing traffic in city areas is linked with a growing number of accidents and mortalities, especially in advanced countries. Accidents verses for a significant points of persisting delays. As traffic boosts, people feel less safe to use the streets. Outgrowth and the realization of the economy have resulted in growing allotment of freight moving within cities that essentially needs to be checked.