Welcome to NYMTC.org!

Welcome to NYMTC.org!

Find out who we are and what we do for the New York Region.

Welcome to NYMTC.org!

Welcome to NYMTC.org!

Find out who we are and what we do for the New York Region.
RECAP: Metropolitan Area Planning Forum Holds Annual Meeting in New York City

RECAP: Metropolitan Area Planning Forum Holds...

Members of the MAP Forum discussed recent regional transportation and planning developments.

RECAP: Metropolitan Area Planning Forum Holds Annual Meeting in New York City

RECAP: Metropolitan Area Planning Forum Holds Annual Meeting in New York City

Members of the MAP Forum discussed recent regional transportation and planning developments.
Upcoming 2018 NYMTC Meetings

Upcoming 2018 NYMTC Meetings

Click here for more information regarding NYMTC’s 2018 meeting schedule

Upcoming 2018 NYMTC Meetings

Upcoming 2018 NYMTC Meetings

Click here for more information regarding NYMTC’s 2018 meeting schedule
Public Comment Now Open for Draft 2018-2019 Unified Planning Work Program

Public Comment Now Open for Draft 2018-2019...

Click here to review and provide your comments!

Public Comment Now Open for Draft 2018-2019 Unified Planning Work Program

Public Comment Now Open for Draft 2018-2019 Unified Planning Work Program

Click here to review and provide your comments!
Plan 2045’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan

Plan 2045’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan

Walking and bicycling are integral parts of life in the NYMTC planning area. Click here to view our county-by-county...

Plan 2045’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan

Plan 2045’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan

Walking and bicycling are integral parts of life in the NYMTC planning area. Click here to view our county-by-county analysis of Plan 2045's Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan.
NYMTC Report: New York Streets Safer for Pedestrians, Bicyclists

NYMTC Report: New York Streets Safer for...

The Regional Transportation Statistical Report highlights how the transportation system is achieving safety and mobility...

NYMTC Report: New York Streets Safer for Pedestrians, Bicyclists

NYMTC Report: New York Streets Safer for Pedestrians, Bicyclists

The Regional Transportation Statistical Report highlights how the transportation system is achieving safety and mobility goals, as outlined in Plan 2045 – NYMTC’s Regional Transportation Plan. 
SUMMARY: NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Presentation on Urban Mobility Playbook

SUMMARY: NYMTC’s Program, Finance and...

Resolutions adopted for Federal Transit Funding and Unified Planning Work Program

SUMMARY: NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Presentation on Urban Mobility Playbook

SUMMARY: NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Presentation on Urban Mobility Playbook

Resolutions adopted for Federal Transit Funding and Unified Planning Work Program
RECAP: NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series – Adapting to App-Based Ride Services

RECAP: NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series – Adapting...

Find out how New York is adapting to app-based ride services.

RECAP: NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series – Adapting to App-Based Ride Services

RECAP: NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series – Adapting to App-Based Ride Services

Find out how New York is adapting to app-based ride services.
PLAN 2045: Maintaining the Vision for a Sustainable Region

PLAN 2045: Maintaining the Vision for a...

A long-range Regional Transportation Plan for investing in the transportation system and building sustainable growth in...

PLAN 2045: Maintaining the Vision for a Sustainable Region

PLAN 2045: Maintaining the Vision for a Sustainable Region

A long-range Regional Transportation Plan for investing in the transportation system and building sustainable growth in the region.
Visit our Transportation Information Gateway (TIG)

Visit our Transportation Information Gateway (TIG)

The TIG provides a central respository for planning-related data, readily accessible in a usable format, simplifying and...

Visit our Transportation Information Gateway (TIG)

Visit our Transportation Information Gateway (TIG)

The TIG provides a central respository for planning-related data, readily accessible in a usable format, simplifying and facilitating data sharing.
Data and Modeling

Data and Modeling

Do you want to know more  about the Travel Patterns' Report for the Q4 2016?

Data and Modeling

Data and Modeling

Do you want to know more  about the Travel Patterns' Report for the Q4 2016?
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Stay in the know with NYMTC-Notes. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter or find out when our next public meeting...

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Contact Us

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Contact Us

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The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC)
is a regional council of governments
that is the Metropolitan Planning Organization for New York City, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley. Our 10-county region, which includes 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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Transportation Information Gateway (TIG)
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    Planning Data?
    TIG02 NYMTC’s Transportation Information Gateway (TIG) is an interactive area where you can locate, visualize, and download data using maps, tables, and charts.
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Comment Periods
    • Public Comment Period Open for Draft 2018-2019 Unified Planning Work Program
      The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) announces a thirty-day public comment period for the draft Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) proposed for the State Fiscal Year beginning April 1, 2018.
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News & Events
    • The December 2017 Edition of NYMTC-Notes is now available
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    • MAP Forum Hosts First Multi-State Freight Working Group Meeting
      The Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum held the first meeting of its newly formed Multi-State Freight Working Group on Wednesday November 1, 2017 at the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC).
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    • NYMTC Report: New York Streets Safer for Pedestrians, Bicyclists
      As thousands of families walk to school this October as part of International Walk to School Month, new data from the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) finds that streets are now safer in New York City and its surrounding counties.
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    • NYMTC Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears City Innovate Foundation Presentation on Urban Mobility Playbook
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      During its September 28 meeting, members of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s (NYMTC) Program, Finance and Administration Committee (PFAC) heard a special presentation from Kamran Saddique, founder and executive director of the City Innovate Foundation.
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    • NYMTC Hosts Presentations for September 11 Memorial Program for Regional Transportation Planning
      As part of the September 11th Memorial Program for Regional Transportation Planning, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) hosted a brown bag discussion that included presentations from two exceptional students who served as NYMTC’s participants. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series: Adapting to App-Based Ride Services
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      Bruce Schaller, Principal of Schaller Consulting, offered a presentation at the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) on how the expansion of app-based ride services such as Uber and Lyft are impacting New York’s regional transportation system. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC's Regional Trends Series: Planning for Automated Vehicles
      Stephen Buckley, P.E., WSP’s (formerly WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff) Northeast Regional Manager of Planning, Environment and Traffic, offered a presentation at the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) on how regions, transit agencies and cities can better plan for automated vehicles in New York’s transportation System. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC Council Adopts Plan 2045
      NEW YORK –  The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) adopted Plan 2045 – its next Regional Transportation Plan and shared vision for the future. With a focus on sustainability, Plan 2045 covers the long-range goals, objectives and needs for the transportation system that connects New York City, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC Hosts Peer Exchange Meeting with MPOs, UTRC
      NEW YORK – With the help of the University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) hosted a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Peer Exchange meeting, which included MPOs from Northern Illinois, the Greater Philadelphia Region, the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern New Jersey. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Moynihan Station Presentation, Adopts Various Resolutions
      NEW YORK - During its April 20 meeting, members of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council's (NYMTC) Program, Finance, and Administration Committee (PFAC) heard a special presentation from Michael Evans, president of the Moynihan Station Development Project. Read more→

    • NYMTC's Freight Transportation Working Group Meeting
      NYMTC’s Freight Transportation Working Group meeting on March 21st featured a presentation on the Metropolitan Resilience Network. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC’s Annual Meeting and Annual Report
      NYMTC’s Annual Meeting was held on Wednesday February 22nd at the Kimmel Center at New York University. Read more→
       
    • NYMTC’s Annual Listing of Obligated Projects are now available
      NYMTC’s Annual Listing of Obligated Projects for the federal fiscal year which ended September 30, 2016 is now available here
       
    • Language Access Services Now Available
      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.

     


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