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The applicable district regulations pertaining to permitted or required accessory off-street loading facilities shall apply to all developments, except as modified in this Section.
62-461 Screening Requirements for Loading Facilities on Waterfront Blocks
All open off-street loading berths on waterfront blocks shall be screened from all adjoining zoning lots, including such zoning lots situated across a street and from all public access areas on the zoning lot pursuant to Section 62-655 (Planting and trees). Screening may be interrupted only by vehicular or pedestrian entrances.
The screening requirement shall not apply to accessory loading berths for WD uses or other uses in Use Groups 16, 17 or 18, when located in C8 or Manufacturing Districts, except as set forth in the applicable district regulations.
62-462 Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-Up Areas for Docking Facilities
All developments providing new docking facilities serving ferries, sightseeing, excursion, sport fishing or passenger ocean vessels, shall provide an area for the drop-off and pick-up of passengers by car, taxi, van and bus as shown in the table in this Section. Such area shall be located on the zoning lot or on another zoning lot in the same or an adjoining Commercial or Manufacturing District, which is contiguous to the zoning lot occupied by the docking facility, or would be contiguous except for its separation by a street or street intersection.
Such area shall be accessed by a one-way driveway at least 15 feet wide with separate entranceways and exits located at least 50 feet apart on the same street or located on separate streets, provided that no entrance or exit is less than 50 feet from a street intersection.
Such area, which may include the driveway on the zoning lot, shall be large enough to accommodate the number of vehicles required by the following table, based on a dimensional allowance of 10 feet by 20 feet for cars, taxis and vans and 12 feet by 50 feet for buses.
The Commissioners of Buildings or Business Services, as applicable, may accept an equivalent lay-by area on a portion of a street adjoining the zoning lot, if such street treatment and drop-off area is approved by the Department of Transportation.
REQUIRED DROP-OFF AND PICK-UP SPACES FOR VARIOUS DOCKING FACILITIES


Docks Serving

Maximum Vessel Capacity*


Number of Car Spaces**


Number of Bus Spaces

Ferries

100 or more

1 for each 50 passengers over100; maximum requirement 10

None Required

Sightseeing, excursion, or sport fishing vessels

Up to 200

None Required

None Required

Over 200

1 for each 50 passengers over 200; maximum requirement 15

1 for each 50 passengers over 200; maximum requirement 2

Any commercial vessels


Over 2,500



20



3

*        Capacity of the largest vessel using a dock. Capacity of a vessel is its U.S. Coast Guard certified capacity. For ferries, the N.Y.C. Department of Transportation operating permit capacity may be used as the vessel capacity

**        Includes cars, taxis and vans

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