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The Washington, DC District Department of Transportation (DDOT) conducted a three-month research project with the mobility services company curbFlow to analyze demand at DC's curbside space for commercial pick up and drop off (PUDO) activities. The company coordinates commercial operator PUDO in real time using an app that allows drivers to reserve curb space.

The project removed parking spaces to create loading zones for commercial activities at nine locations across Washington, DC. The zones were used by both commercial vehicles and private vehicles operating in a commercial capacity.

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DDOT, curbFlow Research Project Finds High Demand for Pickup, Dropoff Zones
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