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Sustainable Streets:2013 and BeyondNew York City Department of TransportationSustainable Streets: 2013 and Beyond1

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    SAFETYPUBLIC CAMPAIGNS FOR TRAFFIC

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    SAFETYTHAT’S WHY IT’S 30DOT’s

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    SAFETY100,000 free bicycle helmetsh

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    SAFETYLEGISLATIVE CODIFICATION OF D

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    MOBILITYMobility60

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    MOBILITYThese are now well document

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    64 New York City Department of Tran

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    MOBILITY50hours savedannually for e

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    MOBILITY98%of riders satisfiedwith

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    MOBILITYSelect Bus Service in the B

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    MOBILITY15%fewer obstructionsin bus

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    MOBILITYSELECT BUS SERVICE PHASE II

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    MOBILITYCommunity Advisory Committe

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    78MOBILITY

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    MOBILITY80Chapter 6: A City of Rive

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    MOBILITY82 New York City Department

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    MOBILITY63%increase in bikevolumes

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    MOBILITYGROWTH OF NYC’S ON STREET

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    MOBILITY23capital projectsplanned f

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    MOBILITYBIKE LANE EXPANSION2007-201

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    92MOBILITY

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    MOBILITY45% of CitiBike users said

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    MOBILITYNYC Bike Share: Designed By

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    98MOBILITY

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    MOBILITYWALKNYC WAYFINDING SYSTEM F

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    MOBILITY6 1/2 AVENUEDOT created a n

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    104MOBILITYMOBILITY

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    MOBILITYMIDTOWN IN MOTIONIn 2011, D

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    MOBILITYPARK SMARTNYCDOT’s PARK S

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    MOBILITY20%decrease in peak-hourtru

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    MOBILITY- Expand bike share and bik

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSWorld ClassStree

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSWorld class stre

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    120WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSPLAZA TYPESTEMPO

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    WORLD CLASS STREETS750benches insta

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSCOMMUNITY PARTIC

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSImprovements to

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSSUMMER STREETSWE

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    132WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    WORLD CLASS STREETS2008 TEST CASESB

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    WORLD CLASS STREETS70% said the Tim

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSPUBLIC PERCEPTIO

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSAVERAGE ASKING R

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    142WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    144WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    146WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    WORLD CLASS STREETSSTREET FURNITURE

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    150WORLD CLASS STREETS

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    INFRASTRUCTUREInfrastructure152 New

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    154 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTUREChapter 1221st Centur

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    INFRASTRUCTUREFIRST AVENUEDOT used

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    INFRASTRUCTURE22,000gallons of annu

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    162 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTUREThe Daily Pothole mak

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    INFRASTRUCTURESTREET DESIGN MANUALT

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    168 New York City Department of Tra

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    170 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTURETo ensure the best co

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    INFRASTRUCTURE224%increase in cycli

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    INFRASTRUCTURE$14.3million in feder

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    INFRASTRUCTUREDOT’s reconstructio

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    INFRASTRUCTURE25NYC transportationp

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    182 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTURE$14million in annual

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    186 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTUREDOT operates eleven p

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    190 New York City Department of Tra

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    INFRASTRUCTURENYC’s commitment to

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    RESILIENCYResiliency194

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    196RESILIENCY

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    RESILIENCYNYCDOT bridge engineers i

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    RESILIENCYDOT’S ROLE IN MAYOR BLO

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    RESILIENCYChapter 16Restoring Mobil

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    RESILIENCY72%hours after the storm,

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    RESILIENCYNYCDOT used Twitter, The

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    208RESILIENCY

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    NYCDOT PublicationsSince 2007, NYCD

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    © 2013 New York City Department of

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