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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Each of NYMTC's three Transportation Coordinating Committees (TCCs) will hold Executive Meetings to take the following actions:
> Recommendation of project listings for inclusion in the 2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP);
> Presentations will include Trans-Hudson Transportation Network Improvements & the Kosciuszko Bridge Replacement Project.
> Selection of each new TCC chairperson;
> Other actions specific to the TCC.
Meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. and meetings will webcast for viewing live via the NYMTC website. Note that the Mid-Hudson South TCC meeting on July 27th will be recorded and posted.
View NYMTC Webcasts
NYMTC, 25 Beaver Street, Suite 201, NYC 10004. To attend in person RSVP to Carlos Delpozo or 718-482-6330.
Agenda and Resolutions
NYMTC, 25 Beaver Street, Suite 201, NYC 10004. To attend RSVP to Andrea Miles-Cole
Agenda and Resolutions
Draft FFY 2017-2021 TIP
CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Auditorium, New York, NY 10016. To attend RSVP to Andrea Miles-Cole or 212-383-7200.
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.
Go to Required Planning Products→
NYMTC provides a collaborative planning forum to address transportation planning activities from a regional perspective.
Go to Regional Planning Activities→
NYMTC collects, analyzes and provides critical data related to mobility, infrastructure, financing, safety and other essential planning topics.
Go to Data and Modeling→
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.
To translate documents and pdfs, upload the document to the Google Translation website – translate.google.com – then select the language translation pair and select the Translate button.
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