NYC DOT - Sustainable Streets Index

NYC DOT - Sustainable Streets Index
Across the five boroughs, DOT supports New York City’s vitality by working to make transportation safer and more efficient for people and commerce alike. This fifth annual Sustainable Streets Index reviews traffic and transit trends in New York City, reports Manhattan traffic speeds based on taxi GPS data, and presents data-driven indicators on the impact of eleven major DOT projects involving changes in street operations. While the Project Indicators are only a sample of DOT’s work to improve New York City’s streets, they reflect how the agency is making our infrastructure greener, safer and more efficient for everyone.
Together with the DOT Sustainable Streets strategic plan, the Sustainable Streets Index allows the agency to implement more performance-driven transportation policy, geared toward achieving the sustainability, mobility, infrastructure and quality of life goals set forth in Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC 2030 initiative.
Download the full Sustainable Streets Index: Executive Summary (pdf) Full report (pdf)

- The NYC DOT is offering up insights from its recent efforts to re-think #StreetsAsPlaces around New York City's five boroughs in their new Sustainable Streets Index report.