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City Planning's Transportation Planning Division undertakes projects to improve the movement of bicyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles in and about New York City. The division also works to update and maintain the five-year transportation improvement program in collaboration with other transportation agencies.

Please select one of the categories below in order to view more reports and information. You may also browse all project publications generated by Transportation Planning via the Alphabetical Index or the Borough Index.

Bicycle Planning Bicycle & Greenway Planning:
Citywide and local area planning for greenways and bike routes ensure that the increasing number of bicyclists have a pleasant and safe place to ride as part of the city's transportation network.
Pedestrian Planning Pedestrian Planning:
Projects underway or completed, focus on issues facing pedestrians and aim to make walking in the city an enjoyable and safe experience for all.
Parking Policy Parking Policy:
Parking is an important element of the transportation network. These projects focus on off-street parking in the city for personal vehicles, commercial vehicles and bicycles.
Roadway Planning and Its Projects Roadway Planning & Other Projects:
A number of projects deal with roadway planning, vehicular traffic, parking, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) throughout the city.

Transportation Updates:
Hutchinson River Parkway Study
Cromwell Avenue -Jerome Avenue Transportation Study
Atlantic Avenue Corridor
Red Hook Transportation Study
Western Queens Transportation Study
Manhattan Core
Inner Ring Residential Parking Study
Manhattan Core Public Parking Study
Mobility Initiatives For An Aging Population: A  Scan of Current Practices
Parking Best Practices
Bike the Bronx - Greenway Bike Tour
Peripheral Travel Study

Transportation Division:

2 Lafayette Street,
Rm. 1200
New York, NY 10007-1353

Tel. 212-442-4630
FAX 212-442-4724

More Studies and Projects are available in print from the Department of City Planning Map & Book Store.

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Transportation Features

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