Monthly report including weekly total dispatched trips and unique dispatched vehicles by base tabulated from FHV Trip Record submissions made by bases. Note: The TLC publishes base trip record data as submitted by the bases, and we cannot guarantee or confirm their accuracy or completeness. Therefore, this may not represent the total amount of trips dispatched by all TLC-licensed bases. The TLC performs routine reviews of the records and takes enforcement actions when necessary to ensure, to the extent possible, complete and accurate information.
The Bus Breakdown and Delay system collects information from school bus vendors operating out in the field in real time. Bus staff that encounter delays during the route are instructed to radio the dispatcher at the bus vendor’s central office. The bus vendor staff are then instructed to log into the Bus Breakdown and Delay system to record the event and notify OPT. OPT customer service agents use this system to inform parents who call with questions regarding bus service. The Bus Breakdown and Delay system is publicly accessible and contains real time updates. All information in the system is entered by school bus vendor staff.
The Parking Regulations are drawn from DOT’s traffic sign database, STATUS, which is used by DOT in managing its inventory of over one million traffic signs in New York City. The database keeps track of the description, location and installation dates for DOT traffic signs. The Locations and Signs datasets need to be used in combination. The data in files can be linked, to find an applicable regulation, using the 'StatusOrderNumber' value. This process is automated at our DOT Parking Regulation website: http://a841-dotvweb01.nyc.gov/ParkingRegs/ViewController/LocationValidation.aspx
Data that that populates the Vision Zero View map, which can be found at www.nycvzv.info Vision Zero is the City's goal for ending traffic deaths and injuries. The Vision Zero action plan can be found at http://www.nyc.gov/html/visionzero/pdf/nyc-vision-zero-action-plan.pdf Crash data is obtained from the Traffic Accident Management System (TAMS), which is maintained by the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Only crashes with valid geographic information are mapped. All midblock crashes are mapped to the nearest intersection. Injuries and fatalities are grouped by intersection and summarized by month and year. This data is queried and aggregated on a monthly basis and is current as of the query date. Current year data is January to the end of the latest full month. All mappable crash data is represented on the simplified NYC street model. Crashes occurring at complex intersections with multiple roadways are mapped onto a single point. Injury and fatality crashes occurring on highways are excluded from this data. Please note that this data is preliminary and may contain errors, accordingly, the data on this site is for informational purposes only. Although all attempts to provide the most accurate information are made, errors may be present and any person who relies upon this data does so at their own risk.
Listing of all Senior Centers, Abuse Prevention Contracts, Home Care Contracts, Legal Services Contracts, NORC Contracts, Transportation Contracts, Case Mangement Contracts, Home Delivered Meal Contracts and Caregiver Contracts in all five boroughs.
The Department for the Aging (DFTA) provides a wide array of services specific to the elderly population of New York City. To accomplish this, the department contracts out to organizations (mainly non-profit) to provide these services throughout the five boroughs. The majority of the services provided are through our Neighborhood Senior Centers which provide free meals (mostly lunch, some breakfast and dinner meals) that meet nutritional standards defined by the FDA. DFTA provides this data of our contracted agencies sorted by the contract servivce type. The dataset contains the relevant information for the public to contact the agencies providing the services they may be seeking. The data is limited in that the contract service type does not provide the full scope of services that are provided in detail.
The New York City Department of Transportation is responsible for keeping the City's streets in good repair. The Agency performs ongoing assessment of New York City streets. Ratings are based on a scale from 1 to 10, and results are grouped in the following categories: Good (%) - ratings of 8 to 10, Fair (%) - ratings of 4 to 7, and Poor (%) - ratings of 1 to 3. This data will allow you to create a map.
OPT does not operate any buses nor does it directly employ any bus drivers or attendants. Drivers and attendants (sometimes referred to as ‘matrons’ or ‘escorts’) and employed by bus vendors themselves. OPT manages systems and processes to ensure that drivers and attendants have all requisite background checks and certifications. The Driver and Attendant summary data is available for each bus vendor and describes the number of active employees by job type.
The Citywide Mobility Survey is a mixed-methodology survey of New York City residents' travel choices, behaviors, and perceptions. The Survey Zones dataset provides the shapefile that shows which neighborhood tabulation areas fit within each of the ten survey zones.
Monthly report including weekly total dispatched trips and unique dispatched vehicles by base tabulated from FHV Trip Record submissions made by bases. For the currentl list, please refer to this dataset
The Daily Fleet Service Report provides information on overall vehicle availability for all agencies within the City fleet, including the "DCAS Managed" fleet, which serves a number of Mayoral agencies. It also includes the Critical Fleet Summary, which tracks availability of vehicles assigned to key programs or functions, as well as availability of seasonal vehicles. For more information, visit http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/employees/fleet.shtml.