NYC's New 25 MPH Speed Limit
On November 7th, New York City streets will be 25 mph unless posted. By slowing down, we will prevent crashes, protect New Yorkers from injury and save lives. .
NYC Named Top U.S. Cycling City
New York City moved to first from seventh place in just two years since the publication last ranked U.S. cities nationwide with populations of 100,000 or more in 2012.
WalkNYC Maps in Subways
New WalkNYC maps at all subway and Staten Island Railway stations are being installed to provide a standard wayfinding map for pedestrians, transit riders, and cyclists alike.
Additional Arterial Slow Zones Announced
DOT expands a signature Vision Zero initiative to 14 corridors citywide with the lower 25 mph speed limit to enhance safety.
25mph Speed Limit Bill Signed
Governor Cuomo signed the bill that authorizes the City to lower the speed limit to 25mph.
- 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