THE VILLAGE OF VALLEY STREAM AND NYMTC CONDUCT
COMMUNITY PLANNING WORKSHOP TO IMPROVE TRANSPORTATION
NEW YORK, October 31, 2023 – To better understand the transportation needs and preferences of the Valley Stream community, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) together with the Village of Valley Stream will conduct a community planning workshop where residents can voice their recommendations for transportation improvements in the village.
NYMTC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ADAM S. LEVINE DISCUSSES THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION AT CITY AND STATE TRANSPORTATION SUMMIT, OCTOBER 2
NEW YORK, October 26, 2023 – NYMTC Executive Director Adam S. Levine and other government leaders and industry experts evaluated the current state and future possibilities of New York City’s transportation systems during City and State New York’s “Transportation in New York” Summit on October 25th.
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PLANNERS NATIONWIDE ATTEND NYMTC’S BROWN BAG SERIES HIGHLIGHTING THE MTA’S FIRST-MILE/LAST-MILE TOOLKIT
On October 18, nearly 150 certified planners and transportation professionals
attended the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s (NYMTC) Brown Bag webinar highlighting the
MTA’s First Mile/Last Mile (FMLM) Toolkit,
NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Presentation on FreightNYC, New York City’s Latest Comprehensive Freight Plan
Resolutions adopted for the 2018 Title VI Program, and the 2018-2045 Regional Transportation Plan among others.
September 11th Memorial Program Student Presentations
As part of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s (NYMTC’s) Regional Trends Series, two recipients of the September 11th Memorial Program for Regional Transportation Planning internships presented the results of their year-long research efforts.
Program, Finance and Administration Committee Approves Amendment to the
Transportation Conformity Determination for the FFYs 2017-2021 TIP and the FFYs
2018-2045 Plan 2045
NYMTC's Program, Finance and Administration Committee Approves Amendment to the Regional Transportation Plan (Plan 2045)
Committee hears presentation on Hudson Tunnel Project at Special Meeting
NYMTC Releases Draft Transportation Conformity Determination
NYMTC Announces Public Comment Period and Public Webinars.
NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Approves Amendments to Key Planning Products
Committee hears presentation on New Route 59 Land and Transportation Study.
Nassau County Executive Curran Confirmed as NYMTC Co-Chair
Kathryn S. Wylde serves as keynote speaker and NYMTC Council adopts $41.5 million Unified Planning Work Program.
NYMTC Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Presentation on NYCx Climate Action Challenge
Resolutions adopted for new Unified Planning Work Program and recommendation of projects to improve accessibility and mobility for seniors and persons with disabilities.
NYMTC Report: Public Transportation Leads Daily Travel in Manhattan's Central Business District
1.82 million persons entered and exited Manhattan’s CBD by car, taxi, van or truck.
NYMTC’s Program, Finance and Administration Committee Adopts Regional Transportation Planning Resolutions
During its November 16 meeting, members of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s (NYMTC) Program, Finance and Administration Committee (PFAC) acted on resolutions related to the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO)
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.
NYMTC Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears City Innovate Foundation Presentation on Urban Mobility Playbook
Resolutions adopted for Federal Transit Funding and Unified Planning Work Program.
NYMTC Report: Transportation Usage keeps pace with Record Surge in Population, Employment
Public transit ridership, use of ferries and the sheer number of vehicles crossing New York’s waterways blew past prior heights, according to new data from the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC).
NYMTC Council Adopts Plan 2045
$630 billion Regional Transportation Plan focuses on sustainability of transportation system
NYMTC Releases Draft Plan 2045 - Its Next Regional Transportation Plan and Shared Vision for the Future
NYMTC Program, Finance and Administration Committee Hears Moynihan Station Presentation, Adopts Various Resolutions
Draft Plan 2045 - NYMTC's new regional transportation plan - begins public comment on May 1