Urban Freight Case Studies - New York City
NEW YORK CITY
As one of the nation's largest commercial centers, New York City moves more freight than any other metropolitan region in the United States.1 To move goods efficiently, the City makes improvements and adjustments to the management and operations of the transportation network on a continuous basis.
The primary elements of New York City's freight management, operations, planning, and implementation activities include:
1 New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, NYMTC Regional Freight Plan: Task 2 (New York City, NY: 2004), prepared by Cambridge Systematics.
United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration