Report summarizes the City's progress and introduces new initiatives that build on the accomplishments of Vision Zero's first six years. Report contains summary data describing the annual core outputs (street design, enforcement and safety education) and core outcomes (traffic fatalities).
Report summarizes the City's progress and introduces new initiatives that build on the accomplishments of Vision Zero's first five years. Report contains summary data describing the annual core outputs (street design, enforcement and safety education) and core outcomes (traffic fatalities).
The Street Design Manual is NYC’s comprehensive resource for street design standards, guidelines, and policies. It draws from a wide range of resources and experience to present a coherent set of choices for street design.
2015 updated 2nd ed. that aggregates a broad range of resources, from nationally recognized engineering and design guidelines and standards to federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations, to provide information on treatments that are allowed and encouraged on NYC streets.
Report on private streets that includes the factors that may be considered or necessary for the acquisition of built private streets, with attached lists of private streets from Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens.
A report setting forth information regarding compliance and non-compliance with Chapter 7, Title 19 of Ad. Code. Must include, violations, fines, complaints, litigation as a result of Chapter 7, and descriptions of safety and training procedures implemented pursuant to §17-708
A significant portion of curbside parking spaces in Lower Manhattan is allocated to authorized vehicles with agency placards that permit them to park in designated areas. This study looks at placard use in Lower Manhattan and assesses the availability of curb frontage relative to placard activity.
In this study, the department identified seven locations with significant pedestrian traffic and developed strategies for enhancing pedestrian safety and traffic flow at each location. Before and after photos show implementation of such strategies.
New Yorkers drive much less than the average American, realizing a staggering $19 billion savings/year that people in other metro areas spend on auto-related expenses. NYers spend less on cars and gas - money that leaves the local economy - so NYers have more purchasing power: the Green Dividend
Per LL 5/2020, each city agency receiving parking permits from NYC DOT must develop a plan for their use, including criteria for distribution, assessment of the appropriate number of permits for that agency, and proposed steps to curb unnecessary permit issuance.