charts DOT's progress in making streets safer, improving mobility, and maintaining and enhancing infrastructure since 2007.

The report reflects on previous strategic and other planning documents produced by DOT, and explains projects, programs, and data analysis that have contributed to a decline in citywide traffic fatalities, faster bus service, improvements in bridge conditions, and creation of new public space.

DOT is partnering with the US Department of Energy and the Climate Group to develop an LED pilot program for new technologies that will further reduce the City's greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy efficiency.

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.

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.

The Guidelines are part of the vision of a more livable and hospitable NYC promoted in Mayor Bloomberg's Design Construction Excellence Initiative.

The goal of the Guidelines is to make New York City an even greater place to live, by creating an environment that enables all city residents to incorporate healthy activity into their daily lives.It charts the principles and practices of the nation’s foremost engineers, planners, and designers working in cities today.From Bus Rapid Transit to bikeways and public seating, the Guide showcases a new model for streets that work better for people, bikes, transit and cities.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.DOT is delivering on the promises of its plan, and is moving forward on every one of the 164 actions committed to in Sustainable Streets.In total, the agency repurposed 180 acres of former road space for other uses: 141 for new bike lanes, 39 for new public plazas and traffic calming.