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Transitional Finance Authority
The Transitional Finance Authority issues bonds and borrows money to finance a portion of the New York City ten-year capital plan.
Transportation, Department of
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is responsible for the condition of approximately 5,800 miles of streets and highways and 790 bridge structures, including six tunnels. DOT ensures traffic safety and mobility by mitigating the effect of construction on traffic; implementing engineering improvements; and installing and maintaining traffic signals at more than 11,800 signalized intersections, over 1.3 million signs, over 300,000 streetlights, 69 million linear feet of markings and approximately 63,000 parking meters. The Department encourages the use of mass transit by overseeing the operation of four subsidized franchise bus companies, operating the Staten Island Ferry and promoting new private ferry routes. DOT also encourages the use of alternative modes of transportation, and administers a Citywide program advancing the use of alternative fuels.
International Affairs, Mayor’s Office of
The Mayor’s Office for International Affairs is the first point of contact for foreign governments and the diplomatic and consular community for any City-related requests or issues.
Veterans' Affairs, Mayor's Office of
The Mayor's Office of Veterans' Affairs advises the Mayor on issues and projects impacting the veterans' community.
NYC Service
NYC Service is meeting its goals to make New York City the easiest place in the world to volunteer, target volunteer efforts to address the most pressing local challenges, and promote service as a core part of what it means to be a New Yorker. NYC Service aims to drive volunteer resources to six impact areas where New York City’s needs are greatest: strengthening communities, helping neighbors in need, improving education, increasing public health, enhancing emergency preparedness and protecting our environment.
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Voter Assistance Commission
The New York City Voter Assistance Commission is a nonpartisan government agency that encourages and facilitates voter registration and voter participation.
Water Board
Like many large cities, the entirety of New York's water and sewer infrastructure is funded by revenue it collects through water and sewer rates. The Water Board is responsible for setting these rates, and must ensure that they are able to fund the entirety of the water and sewer system's operating and capital needs, enabling the City to provide clean, safe water to New Yorkers for decades to come and to ensure that the health of the City's waterways continues to improve.
Water Finance Authority, NYC Municipal
The New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority provides funding through the issuance of bonds, bond anticipation notes, and other obligations to finance capital projects related to supplying and purifying the City's high-quality drinking water and maintain safe wastewater collection and treatment.
Women's Issues, Commission on
The Commission on Women's Issues seeks changes in public policy to improve the personal and professional lives of women and girls of New York City.
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Workforce Investment Board
The Workforce Investment Board is responsible for developing the City's strategy to improve the employment skills of New Yorkers, as well as conducting oversight of the City's WIA-funded employment and training system.
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