StreetsPAC is a political action committee dedicated to improving the safety, mobility and livability of one of New York City’s greatest assets: its streets. Our sidewalks, roadways and plazas account for the majority of all public space in the five boroughs, and are a precious resource to be shared and enjoyed by all. 

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We took the political world by storm in New York City's 2013 municipal elections, endorsing 21 candidates in the September primary, 16 of whom were victorious, and an additional six in the general election, five of whom also won. On the ground, we registered and turned out voters, and built grassroots support for Mayor Bill de Blasio's Vision Zero program to eliminate traffic deaths. During the 2017 city election cycle, 16 of the 23 candidates we endorsed won their races.

More recently, in the 2018 general election, our endorsees were a perfect 10 for 10 in races for the the New York State Senate and Assembly.

Founded by a team of the city’s most committed advocates, StreetsPAC backs candidates who support the expansion of traffic-calming infrastructure such as neighborhood slow zones, pedestrian plazas, and bike lanes; increased and improved transit access for all New Yorkers; parking and toll reform; more thorough crash investigations; and better enforcement of traffic laws, especially through increased deployment of automated speed and red-light cameras.

Please donate today to help us continue this critical work in 2020 and beyond!

StreetsPAC is registered with the New York State Board of Elections and the New York City Campaign Finance Board. 


Recent News

We testified today during the New York City Council Committee on Transportation's first-ever Zoom hearing, in support of legislation introduced this week by Council Member Carlina Rivera and Speaker Corey Johnson that would require the opening of 75 miles of city streets for walking and biking, to accommodate social distancing. Our...

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that, in light of efforts to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, the March 24th special election for Queens Borough President will be postponed indefinitely. We believe that this is the right decision, however difficult, given the danger of community...

While some misconstrue the offices of the five Borough Presidents as largely ceremonial, they in fact carry a good amount of influence. Borough Presidents play an important role in the city's land-use process, control relatively hefty discretionary and staff budgets, and have sway with city agencies and other elected officials....

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StreetsPAC supports candidates for public office who will champion Safe, Complete and Livable Streets.