GOVERNOR CUOMO EXPANDS OPEN.NY.GOV BY ADDING MORE THAN 100 TRANSPORTATION DATASETS NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC
Release of new information from MTA, Port Authority of NY/NJ, DOT, DMV and Thruway Authority Continues New York’s Unprecedented Open Data Access and Transparency
July 24, 2013
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that new information, focused on transportation, has been added to Open.ny.gov providing the public with access to more than 100 transportation datasets, maps, and charts. The continued expansion of Open.ny.gov underscores the State’s commitment to transparency, harnessing technology to showcase the vast resources of the state and fostering productive engagement with government. Open.ny.gov is a powerful tool to empower citizens by providing centralized high-value government data to search, explore, download, and share.
“Since the launch of Open.ny.gov, we have made millions of state, local and federal government records available to the public and we will continue to expand this website to open up our government to New Yorkers,” Governor Cuomo said. “This information provides a detailed resource that New Yorkers, researchers and businesses can use to study the state’s transportation networks and agencies. This data has great potential to foster greater innovation and efficiency in the transit industry, and I encourage New Yorkers to get involved with their government by exploring Open.ny.gov.”
This new information includes data from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, NYS Department of Motor Vehicles (NYS DMV), NYS Department of Transportation (NYS DOT), NYS Thruway Authority (NYSTA), Capital District Transit Authority (CDTA), and the NYS Bridge Authority (NYSBA), featuring:
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