Summer Streets Return to New York City on August 1, 8, 15
Summer Streets provides space for healthy recreation and encourages New Yorkers to use more sustainable forms of transportation. The theme this year is accessibility—providing opportunities for all members of the public to experience NYC streets in new ways through participation in unique, interactive activations, which transform our streets into spaces of play, fitness and relaxation.
DOT to Conduct Pavement Maintenance Work Along the FDR Drive
The New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) is conducting a major resurfacing project along the FDR Drive. Priority repair work is scheduled to happen each week from Monday to Friday during the overnight hours and continue for several months. The repairs will be done on various sections of the highway and will involve one or more intermittent lane closures each night.
Car-Free Central and Prospect Parks
Starting Summer 2015, major sections of Central and Prospect Parks will be permanently car-free. Changes will make two of NYC’s crown jewel parks safer and healthier, enhance public space and encourage New Yorkers to get active.
Queens Boulevard Is Getting Redesigned
NYC DOT will be implementing safety improvements on Queens Boulevard starting this year, from Roosevelt Avenue to 73rd Street.
Citi Bike is Expanding
The Citi Bike program is expanding to Queens, Brooklyn, and upper Manhattan! We encourage New Yorkers to Suggest-A-Station that they want to see in their neighborhood!
NYC DOT Launches New Version of iRideNYC Mobile App Providing Real Time Information About MTA Buses, Subways and Citi Bike
NYCDOT released the newest version of the iRideNYC application to provide up to the minute performance information on all MTA buses and subways and Citi Bike dock and bike availability.
- Check on alternate side parking
- Apply for a parking permit
- Check traffic advisories
- Watch real-time traffic cameras
- Purchase parking cards
- Report a problem
- Find community presentations
- Ride the Staten Island Ferry
- Attend an upcoming event
- Get the NYC Cycling Map
- Read reports and studies
- Do business with DOT