2020 New York Laws
VAT - Vehicle and Traffic
Title 8 - Respective Powers of State and Local Authorities
Article 44-C - Central Business District Tolling Program
1706 - Reporting.
§ 1706. Reporting. Beginning one year after the operation date and every two years thereafter, the Triborough bridge and tunnel authority, in consultation with the city department of transportation shall report on the effect of the central business district tolling program on traffic congestion in and around the central business district and on mass transit use and taxi and for-hire vehicle use including the vehicle-miles traveled for each trip within the central business district for taxis and for-hire vehicles; the current and historic volume and type of vehicles including, but not limited to, commercial trucks, transportation network companies, taxis, private cars, and tour buses, entering the central business district; environmental improvements, including but not limited to, air quality, and emissions trends in and around the central business district; congestion reduction measures; and transit ridership and average bus speeds within the central business district, and on all receipts and expenditures relating to the central business district tolling program. The department of transportation of the city of New York shall be required to assist in gathering and providing to the Triborough bridge and tunnel authority traffic impact data and other related data as directed by the Triborough bridge and tunnel authority for purposes of compiling such report. The report shall be readily available to the public, and shall be posted on the authority's website and be submitted to the governor, the director of the budget, the temporary president of the senate, the speaker of the assembly, the mayor and council speaker of the city of New York, the metropolitan transportation authority board and the metropolitan transportation authority capital program review board.