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Meeting Name: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/26/2023 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: 250 Broadway - Committee Room, 16th Floor
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T2023-4044 *   Oversight - Hard InfrastructureOversight    Not available Not available
Int 0481-2022 *Linda Lee  Requiring DOT to notify property owners ordered to repair sidewalks of existing department plans to make repairs on same sidewalks.IntroductionThis bill would require that the City’s Department of Transportation (“DOT”), prior to issuing a notice of violation requiring a property owner to repair a defect on a sidewalk abutting the owner’s property, to first determine if DOT or the Department of Parks and Recreation (“Parks”) already have plans to repair or upgrade the same section of sidewalk. To avoid redundant work, DOT’s notice of violation should also notify the property owner of the planned DOT or Parks sidewalk repair or upgrade. Where such planned sidewalk repair or upgrade would begin within 90 days, no notice should be given to the property owner.   Not available Not available
Int 0596-2022 *Lynn C. Schulman  Requiring that DOT repair broken curbs as part of resurfacing projects.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require that the Department of Transportation fix curbs that pose a safety hazard as part of any street resurfacing projects.   Not available Not available
Int 0905-2023 *Justin L. Brannan  Street resurfacing timeline.IntroductionThis bill would call on the Department of Transportation to ensure that all street resurfacing work be finalized within 2 weeks of the start of work. If more than 2 weeks are necessary for underlying work the department must notify the surrounding community as to why additional time is needed and the new expected timeline for completion.   Not available Not available
Int 1077-2023 *Rita C. Joseph  In relation to a capital plan and timeline for installing public bathrooms.IntroductionThis bill would require that the Mayor designate an agency/office, in coordination with the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of Transportation, to develop a report that proposes a capital project plan and implementation timeline for the installation and maintenance of public bathroom facilities at each of the sites to be identified pursuant to introduction number 258-A. The report would further propose a scope of project, estimated costs, potential funding sources, and appropriate maintenance schedules for each facility. The bill would also require the lead agency/office to consider relevant population data and social and equity indicators and to consult with qualified city entities regarding foreseeable challenges to the facilities’ installation and maintenance.   Not available Not available