This is a breakdown of every collision in NYC by location and injury. This data is collected because the NYC Council passed Local Law #11 in 2011. This data is manually run every month and reviewed by the TrafficStat Unit before being posted on the NYPD website. Each record represents a collision in NYC by city, borough, precinct and cross street. This data can be used by the public to see how dangerous/safe intersections are in NYC. The information is presented in pdf and excel format to allow the casual user to just view the information in the easy to read pdf format or use the excel files to do a more in depth analysis.
Yelp allows developers to access rich local data through their Search and Business APIs. Within minutes, developers can retrieve business listing data, star ratings, deals, an image URL, and much more. For questions or comments, contact: email@example.com.
Shapefile of NYC Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). PUMAs are statistical geographic areas defined for the dissemination of Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) data. PUMAs have a minimum population of 100,000, are aggregated from census tracts, and approximate Community Districts (CDs), or combinations of CDs (There are 59 CDs and only 55 NYC PUMAs because of such combinations). This geography is also used for disseminating American Community Survey (ACS) estimates.
GIS data: A single line street base map representing the city's streets and other linear geographic features, along with feature names and address ranges for each addressable street segment. This dataset includes the Nodes file. The Nodes file contains a point feature and unique NodeID for each node that exists in the LION file. The Node_StreetName.txt file lists the street names associated with those nodes. Most nodes, representing intersections, will have at least 2 street names associated in the Node_StreetName.txt file
This dataset shows hurricane evacuation centers. Persons requiring shelter during a hurricane are processed at a
hurricane evacuation center and then transported to a hurricane shelter. In the event of a hurricane, the status of these hurricane evacuation centers should be confirmed at www.nyc.gov or by calling 311.
This data set features consumer complaints against businesses that were mediated by the DCA Consumer Services Division during the last and current calendar years. It excludes complaints that may have ongoing legal investigations.
This data was collected biaannually from divisions at the Department reasonsible for tracking performance indicators connected to Agency activities. Each measure reflects a particular aspect of agency service operations that the City’s Commissionersand agency heads viewed as key public service areas and criticial objectives connected to policy priorities and operational strategies. These metrics were developed through a collaboration between the Mayor’s Office of Operations and the senior managers of each agency. Results are compared to pre-stated targets or to performance for previous reporting periods.
Use ‘CSV for Excel’ when downloading this dataset and then sort in alphabetical order by Agency.
This dataset includes trip records from all trips completed in green taxis in NYC from January to June in 2015. Records include fields capturing pick-up and drop-off dates/times, pick-up and drop-off locations, trip distances, itemized fares, rate types, payment types, and driver-reported passenger counts. The data used in the attached datasets were collected and provided to the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) by technology providers authorized under the Livery Passenger Enhancement Program (LPEP). The trip data was not created by the TLC, and TLC makes no representations as to the accuracy of these data.
Data Dictionary for this dataset can be found here:
Contains information about work orders created to conduct emergency repair work when an owner fails to address a hazardous condition pursuant to the requirements of an HPD issued violation. HPD issues violations when an owner fails to address a condition pursuant New York City Housing Maintenance Code (HMC) or the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law (MDL), a Department of Buildings Declaration of Emergency, a Department of Health Commissioner's Order to Abate or an emergency violation issued by another City Agency. The work orders were issued to a private vendor following the City's Procurement Rules.
LinkNYC is replacing the City’s outdated public telephones with a network of kiosks that provide free high-speed Wi-Fi, nationwide calling, a dedicated 911 button, charging ports for mobile devices, and access to selected websites. This dataset contains data on how the LinkNYC kiosks are being used, including numbers of users, number of Wi-Fi sessions, amount of data transmitted, and other information.
Contains all occupied and vacant facilities portfolio from Facility Planning (commercial spaces) and Community Operations (community centers, senior centers, day care centers, health centers, etc) It includes the 5 Community Operations borough offices. The source data is our latest Property Directory as December 2012. The field “Comments” contains summary codes to distinguish the type of facility (BO – NYCHA Community Operations Borough Offices, CO – Community Operations, FP – Facility Planning). Please note that there are two commercial spaces (not coded under field “comments”)recorded in our property directory which are not part of the portfolio for Facility Planning.
This dataset includes trip records from all trips completed in yellow taxis from in NYC during 2017. Records include fields capturing pick-up and drop-off dates/times, pick-up and drop-off locations, trip distances, itemized fares, rate types, payment types, and driver-reported passenger counts. The data used in the attached datasets were collected and provided to the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) by technology providers authorized under the Taxicab Passenger Enhancement Program (TPEP). The trip data was not created by the TLC, and TLC makes no representations as to the accuracy of these data.
The City’s Long-Term Sustainability Plan, PlaNYC, calls for City government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions produced by municipal operations 30% by 2017. A large part of this effort is retrofitting municipal buildings to become more energy efficient. This dataset lists energy efficiency projects at City buildings that are complete or in progress. Projects are listed by address, building name, and agency, and the dataset includes the estimated reduction in tons of GHG emissions associated with the project.
The City Planning Facilities Database (FacDB) aggregates information about 35,000+ public and private facilities and program sites that are owned, operated, funded, licensed or certified by a City, State, or Federal agency in the City of New York. It captures facilities that generally help to shape quality of life in the city’s neighborhoods, including schools, day cares, parks, libraries, public safety services, youth programs, community centers, health clinics, workforce development programs, transitional housing, and solid waste and transportation infrastructure sites. To facilitate analysis and mapping, the data is available in coma-separated values (CSV) file format, ESRI Shapefile, and GeoJSon. The data is also complemented with a new interactive web map that enables users to easily filter the data for their needs. Users are strongly encouraged to read the database documentation, particularly with regard to analytical limitations.