Projects & Initiatives

This is the web-based bike route tracking map that accompanies the Ride app map.

Data Collection & Feedback

NYC DOT project to install 100 curbside level 2 electric vehicle chargers across New York City.

Planning

A pilot investigating dockless bike share in New York City -- provide feedback and help shape future plans!

Data Collection & Feedback

The New York City Department of Transportation is developing a plan to improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers through the safe, reliable, and environmentally responsible movement of goods

Planning

Greenways provide safe & accessible corridors for active recreation and non-motorized transportation through parks & on streets. DOT is responsible for the planning, design & implementation of greenways on city streets.

Planning

Connecting the Sunset Park community with the waterfront.

Installation

Dedicated curbside parking for carshare companies – help site carshare spaces in pilot zones.

Planning

A community bike network planning process.

Data Collection & Feedback

Safety improvements on Avenues V, W, and X between Nostrand Ave and Bragg St

Planning

B82 | South Brooklyn Select Bus Service

Data Collection & Feedback

Providing open, public space for the Midwood area of Brooklyn

Complete

NYC DOT is looking to make pedestrian safety improvements on Flatbush Ave, Utica Ave and Ave S.

Planning

An inclusive outreach process for transportation issues in the Bedford-Stuyvesant and Ocean Hill - Brownsville communities.

Data Collection & Feedback

Herald and Greeley Squares

Data Collection & Feedback

A comprehensive study focused on improving travel conditions, including traffic circulation and safety for all street users.

Data Collection & Feedback

Improving E 43rd St between Lexington Ave and 3rd Ave with the implementation of a Shared Street condition.

Data Collection & Feedback

The Study aims to relieve congestion, expand travel choices and enhance safety for all travelers by various modes.

Data Collection & Feedback

Public web portal for Meeker Avenue project.

Data Collection & Feedback

Multi-phase safety improvements on Linden Boulevard from Kings Highway to 78th Street

Installation

Cultivating a more connected neighborhood on bike 

Planning

Improving regional access for cyclists

Planning

The future and capital build-out of the Myrtle/Wyckoff Plaza.

Planning

Two phase Vision Zero Great Streets capital project on Atlantic Ave from Georgia St to Rockaway Blvd focused on improving safety for all road users

Installation

Comprehensive safety redesign on Northern Boulevard

Data Collection & Feedback

Multi-phase, comprehensive redesign of Queens Blvd

Planning

Community Engagement and Planning about Biking in Queens

Data Collection & Feedback

A transportation study to improve access to jobs, services, retail, and the rest of the city.

Planning

Bx6 | South Bronx Crosstown Select Bus Service

Planning

Neighborhood Transportation Study  

Planning

Comprehensive studies to improve the pedestrian walking and motorist driving experience in Downtown Jamaica.

Data Collection & Feedback

The study will assess existing and future transportation conditions and develop recommendations for improvement

Data Collection & Feedback

DOT and DDC are developing a capital project between E 175 St and Fordham Rd to improve traffic safety for all roadway users and enhance quality of life for area residents and visitors.

Planning

Providing public space in the Eastern Bronx

Data Collection & Feedback

Comprehensive Safety Plan for the Flatbush Ave and Atlantic Ave Area in Brooklyn

Past Project

Improving crosstown travel on 23rd Street

Past Project

Corridor Safety Improvements | Increase Access

Past Project

Hello and Welcome to NYC DOT's Projects & Initiatives site!

Use this map to find DOT projects in your neighborhood and around the city. Zoom in on an area through your scroll button or using the plus and minus buttons in the top left corner of the map.
To launch a project page, click on the pop-up text associated with a project icon or its matching description on the list on the right. Citywide projects are at the top of the list. Location-specific projects are given a number based on how close they are to your current location. 
To minimize this introductory text, click on the little white triangle below.
These projects are a sample representation of the various projects undertaken by DOT. For a full list of DOT’s current projects, please click here.