Department of transportation

The unit created by a law passed last year is understaffed and the city blew a deadline for a legally mandated report.
100 streets will be car-free on Saturday, April 23rd, which will kick-off 2022's Open Streets program.
Did you know there's a little secret built into the park's lampposts?
Only a small fraction of NYC's streets have red-light cameras, which give tickets to speeders and prevent speeding.
A 2016 campaign for faster buses and revamped routes is getting another push as new leadership takes hold.
The DOT said dining sheds are out, but roadway cafes are in for 2023.
Open street designation for Willoughby Avenue was removed right around school dismissal time.
A new city rule that went into effect this week requires vehicles and bikers to yield to pedestrians even if there is no stoplight or stop sign.
Rodriguez chaired the City Council's transportation committee.
De Blasio wanted the city to reach zero traffic deaths by 2024. In a city of 8 million residents and millions more visitors, Vision Zero became one of the most notable pillars of de Blasio’s platform alongside his equity and universal pre-K goals.
Before the pandemic, the Bronx only had fifty permitted outdoor dining spaces. Under the emergency program, more than 650 restaurants had expanded their dining space outside.
“We are unduly dependent upon large diesel trucks, way more than any of our peer cities,” said Department of Transportation Commissioner Hank Gutman.
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