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Small Business Owners Protest NYC's 'Clear Curb' Program

Manhattan rush hour
Manhattan rush hour / photo by ILMRT

New York City small business owners are seeking to end the city's "clear curb" program, which prohibits delivery in front of businesses during the morning and afternoon rush hours, a total of six business hours. The initiative was meant to clear traffic, but the owners say it's a disaster for them.

The pilot program started in March. Now, two months in, small business owners complain they have suffered a 20 percent hit.

They say customers who have been ticketed or towed are staying away, and word about the tickets has spread quickly. — Michelle Charlesworth, ABC7 New York

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