Report of the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth to the city council and the mayor summarizing its activity during the previous fiscal year and detailing recommendations for improving service delivery and coordination.
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.
Plan lays the groundwork for policies that will improve the safety of truck travel through and within the city, improve the efficiency of freight movement to, from, & within the city, foster the sustainable and responsible movement of goods, expand partnerships within the public and private sectors.
Update to the Borough Pedestrian Safety Action Plans. The report updates the Priority Locations identified in the 2015 Vision Zero Borough Pedestrian Action Plans with current data, Vision Zero innovations, progress on Vision Zero initiatives, and introduces new actions.
This report presents findings from an analysis of primary program data collected by WE NYC, which includes self-reported data from more than 14,000 program participants and covered the period from January 2016 through June 2020.
The 2018 Housing Supply Report examines changes in the overall supply of housing in NYC during the prior year, looking at factors that include the number of permits issued for new dwelling units and the number of completed housing units.
The 2018 Price Index of Operating Costs (PIOC) study measures the price change in a market basket of goods and services used in the operation and maintenance of rent stabilized apartment buildings in New York City.
This Study reports on housing affordability and tenant income in New York City’s rental market. The study highlights year-to-year changes in many of the major economic factors affecting New York City’s tenant population and takes into consideration a broad range of market forces and public policies.