Consisting of 10 strategic initiatives, the plan aims to optimise kerb space utilisation, reduce congestion, enhance safety and promote sustainable practices, ultimately creating a more vibrant and accessible city for all New Yorkers.
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MTA's implementation of ABLE cameras on the Bx36 route marks a milestone with 503 buses now equipped across 18 routes in Brooklyn, Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island and Queens, aimed at enhancing traffic enforcement.
This latest instalment of 300 cameras will expand bus enforcement technology to all boroughs across New York City, covering approximately 50 per cent of bus lane miles across the region.
New York’s Central Business District Tolling Program has taken one step closer to fruition after the relevant authorities agreed to launch the public outreach process to assess the pros and cons of the scheme.
Among the plans to improve the city’s bus network is an increased rollout of Transit Signal Priority and 20 additional miles of bus lanes to speed up journey times.
The restructuring of the US Department of Transportation continues after the election of President Biden with the appointment of another senior member of staff.
The two agencies have committed to increasing bus speeds and improving passenger experience with the help of automated camera enforcement of bus lanes.