Strategic Plan 2016: Safe + Green + Smart + Equitable
New York City is bigger and more bustling than ever and the strains on our transportation system are evident to all who live, work, and visit here: Sidewalks are overflowing, subway trains are packed, and our streets are full of pedestrians, cyclists, cars, trucks, and taxis. NYC DOT’s Strategic Plan 2016 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.
Sustainable Streets: 2013 and Beyond
Sustainable Streets: 2013 and Beyond charts NYC DOT's progress in making streets safer, improving mobility, and maintaining and enhancing infrastructure since 2007. Sustainable Streets: 2013 and Beyond
In the Spring of 2008, NYC DOT released Sustainable Streets, the agency's strategic plan. The plan laid out, for the first time ever, a clear and detailed transportation policy for New York City—one that promised a new direction. Sustainable Streets: Strategic Plan for the New York City Department of Transportation 2008 and Beyond Sustainable Streets 2009 Progress Report