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|Expect antagonism to increase. Some cyclists will self-righteously complain that the
truckers are taking "our" space. Truckers will park at the curb anyway.
Truckers were forced to park outside the New York City bike lanes in 1980, because these lanes were separated from the rest of the street by raised barriers. There is still a small segment of this type of bike lane in New York City, which see. Blocking of the bike lane by ramps from trucks was one reason among others that the bike lanes were torn out after only a few months of existence.