NYC DOT Completes 50 Vision Zero Street Design Projects Making NYC Safer
In the first year of #VisionZero, NYC DOT completed more than 50 street design projects. Highlights from 2014 include: implemented 27 new arterial slow zones, overhauled 35 dangerous intersections, installed 400 new speed humps, activated 45 leading pedestrian intervals, built over five miles of new protected bike lanes, and lowered the speed limit in five new neighborhood slow zones.
NYC���s Popular Bikeshare Program is Expanding
The Citi Bike program will double in size to 12,000 bikes and over 700 stations by the end of 2017. Citi Bike will expand in Queens, further into Brooklyn and Manhattan. Suggest where you want a station with our ���Suggest-A-Station��� portal!
NYC���s Default Speed Limit is Now 25 mph
Starting November 7, the New York City default speed limit will be 25 mph, unless otherwise posted. The DOT will be adding new speed limit signs throughout the city.
NYC Vision Zero View Updated Data Launched
Vision Zero View is a new interactive web tool that maps every traffic injury and fatality in the city and details the city���s efforts to redesign the streets for safety.
Free App GetBACNYC
DOT wants to see everyone arrive home safely���every time. The free ���Get BAC NYC��� mobile app is our newest tool to help prevent driving while intoxicated, and is now available in the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store.
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