MOCTO has identified five principles for broadband service: Equity, Performance, Affordability, Privacy, and Choice. This report describes how broadband service in New York City, and the infrastructure through which it is provided, currently delivers on these five principles.
This report analyzes progress on resiliency capital spending to date, after Superstorm Sandy. The report goes on to provide a snapshot of the property values, land uses, and essential infrastructure in the coastal floodplain, illustrating the range of critical assets at risk.
The wellbeing of a city of more than eight million people rests upon an extensive array of municipal infrastructure and services. Fire stations, police precincts, and EMS bases to respond to emergencies. Sanitation garages and waste transfer stations to dispose of our trash.
Updates to Section 60.12.3.(J) of the 7/1/14 NYC DEP Standard Sewer and Water Specifications. The updates are for worker safety and to ensure square clean cuts when ductile iron pipe is cut in a trench.
Adding new Section 4.13 to the 7/1/2014 NYC DEP Standard Sewer and Water Specifications. This section provides new requirements for temporary stockpiles within the city, but not on the Right of Way. The new Section also includes the DSNY Interpretive Memorandum #2, 2/14/1995.
A Strategic Blueprint for Construction Excellence is DDC’s comprehensive plan to improve capital project delivery. The plan will decrease construction costs and project timelines to deliver projects faster and within budget, making more efficient use of City resources.