(A)   Each required off-street parking space shall open directly upon an aisle or driveway of such width and design as to provide safe and efficient means of vehicular access to such parking space.
   (B)   All off-street parking facilities shall be designed with appropriate means of vehicular access to a street or alley in such a manner as to minimize interference with traffic movement.
   (C)   No driveway extending into the street right-of-way (between the lot line and street pavement) shall exceed a width of 25 feet; provided, however, two driveways, not exceeding 25 feet in width each, may constitute a single entrance-exit.
   (D)   In any manufacturing (M) district, each industrial use which is so located that it fronts upon and provides access to a parkway, secondary or primary thoroughfare, or expressway shall provide a frontage lane paralleling and adjoining the improved part of the right-of-way and at least 11 feet in width for right turn traffic entering the lot. The access point(s) shall be located so the frontage lane shall be a minimum of 100 feet in length, exclusive of the entrance way; provided, however, if the lot frontage is too small to provide such 100 feet of frontage, the entrance shall be so located that the frontage shall extend the entire width of the lot (except for the side yard 20-foot setback requirement of § 156.216(H) of this chapter for access drives in the case of lots abutting a residential district), except when regulated by division (E) below.
   (E)   Off-street parking and loading entrances shall be located a minimum distance of 50 feet from the nearest point of two intersecting street right-of-way lines. Such access cuts shall further conform to all requirements of Ch. 155 of this code of ordinances.
(2004 Code, § 7-1102)