A Guide for Cities Thinking About Charging for Loading
When working with cities to develop commercial loading smart zone programs, Coord commonly gets questions about how to develop an effective ordinance to enable charging for commercial loading and parking.
To share some of our thoughts in this arena, we created a downloadable guide with recommendations for how to craft a loading zone fee ordinance and sample language from other cities. We hope it comes in handy for you and your team.
Dawn Miller, Head of Policy & Partnerships,
Dawn previously served as Chief of Staff at the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), the City agency that oversees New York City's taxi, car service and ride-hailing industries. Dawn launched TLC’s Research and Evaluation practice, serving as its first director, and worked as a researcher at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC. She lives with her husband and son in Brooklyn and loves parks, bikes, beaches, stoop-sitting and group fitness.
Jacob Baskin, Co-Founder & CTO
Before starting Coord, Jacob worked at Google, where he helped to build Doubleclick Ad Exchange, one of the Internet's largest advertising platforms. In his free time, Jacob enjoys playing bridge and walking around far-flung areas of New York City — not just to look at the parking signs!