If a construction crew parked in the driveway of your house without permission, you are technically entering without authorization. Your ticket is your property, and that means you. Your ticket is your property, and that means you have the right to decide what happens. Towing, therefore, is an option you can follow.
Most buyers are concerned about the potential cost of repairs when buying a home. Since a driveway can last up to 25 years, buyers will prefer to buy their property and even pay more for it compared to other homes on the block. The law does provide a possible way to limit the use of your ticket to your future neighbor and reserves the right to revoke or cancel access. However, the agreement will be called a license, not easement.
Unlike an easement, a license can normally be revoked at any time and for any reason. When construction took place, the best thing for cities was to find a way to let me out of my driveway. That is public property, which means that the city decides whether or not it can be used to allow construction equipment to be parked there. If you have a bad construction team in your neighborhood, then you need to know what your rights are as a homeowner.
In general, construction workers have less than zero things to worry about about anything other than doing their particular job. Most states have laws requiring construction equipment to apply for a permit, but some banned the law altogether. Based on the diagram, it looks like you could return to the entrance of your house and move around the construction area quite easily. If you can't figure it out, then I would consider taking a day off, waiting to be blocked and calling the police, having a cup of coffee and waiting for them to show up, since it's not an emergency, it can take a while.
This is the case, but with parking in that central area also for guests and, apparently, construction debris. In many cases, a strong letter and a subpoena will suffice for construction companies to stop their misconduct. I contacted the service representative of the construction company and she told me that I was not lucky, since it is a construction area. Construction crews are known for having people who want to save money on paperwork, but that doesn't mean you have to defend it.
If you build an addition above the easement area, the city may not only tear down your addition, but also send you an invoice for the demolition. It is possible that easement specifically addresses building improvements in the easement area. OP could consider printing copies of this law and giving them to construction workers by 26% of construction workers, the building management company itself.