clearly presents the procedures that govern work of New York City's streets.
The Manual's clear presentation of permit procedures is designed to deliver higher quality street surfaces, fewer transportation capacity reductions and a more efficient construction environment to the people and businesses of New York City. Researchers analyzed over 7,000 crash records of to identify the causes, common factors and geographic distribution of pedestrian crashes in New York City.
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charts DOT's progress in making streets safer, improving mobility, and maintaining and enhancing infrastructure since 2007.
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A summary of DOT's public realm strategies, as part of the agency's efforts to place New York City at the forefront of urban development. city and is getting safer, with 62% fewer traffic fatalities per 100,000 than the average of the 24 next-largest cities.
This report is grounded in the findings from a Public Space/Public Life Survey conducted by world-renowned Gehl Architects/Urban Quality Consultants in the fall of 2007. Traffic fatalities decreased 31% from 2001 to 2010 to historic lows.NYC DOT’s is our response to these and other challenges.The plan reiterates our commitment to improving traffic safety and public health, expanding travel choices for all New Yorkers, supporting the City’s efforts to fight climate change, doubling cycling, and maintaining our streets and bridges in a state of good repair.Data collected from New York City's LED installations will quantify the performance of LEDs and assist other cities interested in the conversion to LED fixtures.This report provides more background on the current state of DOT's program and efforts to make it an international leader in green lighting.This landmark study is the largest of its kind ever undertaken by a U. DOT aims to cut all traffic fatalities in half by 2030 (over 2007 levels), and pedestrians accounted for 52% of all traffic fatalities from 2005-2009.