The 10-county region — including the 5 boroughs of NYC, plus Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties — is home to more than 12 million people.
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As a step toward a more inclusive planning process, our Language Access Program provides translation services for people who are not fluent in English. Launched April 1st, the program is a further enhancement to NYMTC's public involvement efforts.
Ferries in the NYMTC region transported about 118,500 persons on the average workday of Q3-2015 (almost 7 percent increase over Q3 2014). This increase was similar in both Private Ferries and Staten Island Ferry. Read more in 2015 - Travel Patterns for the New York Metropolitan Area, Third Quarter
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Under federal regulations, NYMTC produces three required planning products and two analyses that guide the region’s transportation planning activities and ensure compliance with clean air laws.
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NYMTC provides a collaborative planning forum to address transportation planning activities from a regional perspective.
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NYMTC collects, analyzes and provides critical data related to mobility, infrastructure, financing, safety and other essential planning topics.
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NYMTC’s public involvement efforts strive to bring varied stakeholders into the planning process in dynamic and meaningful ways. Get Involved!
Our Language Access Program is designed to help non-English speakers engage in the transportation planning process.
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