This report analyzes the state of accessibility of digital products managed by or on behalf of the City of New York. It contains progress since the 2017 report including, digital content enhanced for accessibility, status meeting goals, and a plan to reach WCAG 2.1 Level AA .
Committed to making substantial reforms early on in their administrations and working collaboratively to address these challenges, Mayor Adams and Comptroller Lander announced the establishment of the Task Force on Nonprofit Contracting (“Task Force”) convened as a part of the transition process.
The SCRIE and DRIE ombudspersons summarize the legislative and administrative changes impacting the Rent Freeze Program from July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020. In addition, the report provides data regarding the volume and nature of the ombudspersons’ work during the past fiscal year.
Report analyzes status of the accessible pedestrian signals (APS) program, including cost assessment, funding sources, recommendations for improvement, new technologies that can be employed, and list of the 150 top-ranked intersections for new APS as of December 31, 2019.
Analyzes status of accessible pedestrian signals (APS) program. Includes cost, funding sources, recommendations, availability of new technology, and additional intersections that warrant inclusion in the program. Lists the 50 top ranked intersections for new APS, as evaluated by DOT.
This report specifies all facilities managed by the Department with accessible features. Also listed in the report are projects (a) designed in 2016 to comply with the 2010 standards for accessible design, (b) which completed construction in 2016 which comply with the 2010 standards.