The City Council won't be deciding whether to have more new street vendors.

Councilmembers have canceled a vote after opposition by the NYC Hospitality Alliance, along with other business and community groups.

The measure would have increased the number of new vendor permits by 330 every year over ten years.

Opponents say the bill would be unfair to stores and restaurants who sell similar food, and have to charge more due to high rent and labor costs.

But vendors say they're good for business.

"If you have a street that's full of vendors, it's more likely to attract people to that street, versus a street that's completely empty. Streets are safer and more lively with vendors which increases traffic and results in more business for all the businesses on the street."

The NYC Hospitality Alliance made several new bill proposals which, they say, would be good for both traditional businesses and vendors.