NYC DOT and NYPD release Vision Zero Borough Pedestrian Safety Action Plans
The borough plans establishes Priority Corridors, Intersections, and Areas and outlines a comprehensive pedestrian safety plan for each borough to guide Vision Zero street safety improvement work.
Queens Boulevard Is Getting Redesigned
NYC DOT will be implementing safety improvements on Queens Boulevard starting this year, from Roosevelt Avenue to 73rd Street. The corridor will be getting protected bike lanes and more pedestrian space and lays the groundwork for a $100 million capital investment as part of Vision Zero Great Streets.
Woodhaven Select Bus Service Design Concept Unveiled
NYC DOT recently unveiled the design concept of main road bus lanes for Select Bus Service (SBS) on Woodhaven/Cross Bay Blvd, Queens. The Woodhaven SBS will be the most intensive and most beneficial SBS route to be implemented and is a vital transportation route for thousands of residents.
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.
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!
- 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