Living in Manhattan means coping with the increasing complexity of traffic rules on what were, only a few years ago, relatively simple avenues. I happen to live on Second Avenue, which first endured the removal of parking in favor of bus-only lanes, then about six months ago the addition of bike lanes, new parking zones, and turn-only lanes. While the goals may be admirable, the visible result has been a noticeable increase in honking horns, traffic jams, and pedestrian vs. biker confrontations.
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