NYC Digital part of the mayor's office of media and entertainment
Digital Roadmap

Overview

In 2011, Mayor Bloomberg introduced New York City's first Digital Roadmap. Less than three years later, with 100% of objectives complete, New York City's Digital Leadership demonstrates the strides the City has made to date, driven by investments in infrastructure, education, open government, online engagement and technology sector support. Highlights include:
  • Enabling 300,000 low-income residents to access the Internet and adopt service since the introduction of the first Digital Roadmap.
  • Launching over 40 digital learning programs that have served over 1,000,000 New Yorkers to date, including Cornell Tech NYC on Roosevet Island.
  • Expanding the NYC OpenData platform from 350 public data sets offered at launch to over 2,000.
  • Relaunching a groundbreaking nyc.gov website and tripling the City's social media audience.
  • Growing the City's technology sector to over 1,000 Made in NY technology companies.
Review all three Roadmaps below and see all 40 completed initiatives in the Progress Report to view each program.
New York City's Digital Leadership: 2013 Roadmap (Download the PDF)  

New York City's 2012 Digital Roadmap: Progress & Innovation (Download the PDF)  

Road Map for the Digital City: Achieving New York City's Digital Future (Download the PDF)