Building on the partnership with the New York City Department of Transportation, this new framework will provide better integration between MTA subway, bus and commuter rail services with active travel options.
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With the activation of the two Bronx routes, MTA will have 243 buses equipped with automated bus lane enforcement cameras on 11 routes across Brooklyn, Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island and Queens.
In addition to making bus services faster and more reliable, the new bus priority lanes will also help make the street more safe, enabling the New York City Department of Transportation to meet its Vision Zero goals.
With MTA's full Strategic Action Plan to be released by the end of 2022, these initial actions represent the authority's first steps to providing more car-free access to public transit across the New York region.
As part of NYC DOT's East Bronx scooter sharing pilot programme, Lime will operate 1,000 e-scooters in New York City, with a main focus on safety, equity, sustainability and affordability.
New York City Council's decision to legalise the use of e-bikes and e-scooters within the city also requires the creation of a year-long shared e-scooter pilot programme.
The Queens Bus Network Redesign’s draft plan sought to address customer concerns that were expressed during public outreach of the redesign’s Existing Conditions report, which aimed to accurately depict the status, operations and flaws of the current Queens bus network using customer feedback, ridership and operation data.