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 (rounds IIIIIIIVV) in the September primary, 16 of whom were victorious, and an additional six in the general election (rounds VIVII), 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.

In 2014 StreetsPAC turned to Albany to work on safe and livable streets education and decisions that affect both New York City and the state. We released two rounds of endorsements for the 2014 NYS races. Meet our 2014 endorsees.

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 2016 and beyond!

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


Recent News

Pledge to Go Car-Free for Earth Day Tomorrow, Friday, April 22, New York City is going car-free for Earth Day! The effort, championed by New York City Council Transportation Committee Chair Ydanis Rodriguez, encourages New York City's drivers to leave their cars at home tomorrow and choose alternate means of transportation to...

We gave the following testimony to the New York City Council's Committee on Transportation at their April 4, 2016 hearing covering several pieces of legislation.  Int. No. 912 – Requiring curb extensions at certain dangerous intersections (Support) We offer our strong support for Intro 912, which would establish a curb-extensions...

At a hearing of the New York City Council's Committee on Transportation on Wednesday, March 30, StreetsPAC urged the Council to pass a bill introduced by Council Members Corey Johnson and Daniel Garodnick that would give the Department of Transportation the power to regulate activity in the city's pedestrian plazas. Read our...

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