City Council Transportation Committee Hearing on Int 24-A and Int 58-A

A meeting of New York City Council Committee on Transportation, agenda:

  • Oversight – How Do We Achieve PlanNYC 2030’s Sustainability Goal to Improve Travel Times by Adding Transit Capacity for Millions More Residents, Visitors, and Workers?
  • Proposed Int 24-A – A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the City of New York, in relation to bicycles used for commercial purposes.
  • Proposed Int 58-A – A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the City of New York, in relation to requiring that businesses that use bicycle operators and delivery services that dispatch bicycle operators post signs at the place of employment detailing proper bicycle safety procedures.

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