Per Local Law 52 of 2019, this is a tabulation of the requests DOT received for changes to traffic flow designations between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020. It is disaggregated by location (borough) and indicates the category of requesting party as well as the current status of each request.
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.
DOT's annual report on Franchise activities highlights information related to the number of franchise structures replaced or removed during the preceding calendar year, revenues received by the City, in-kind media values, and community engagement regarding Franchise activities.
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.