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DOT inspects reported cave-ins and, as warranted, sends the report Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or another utility to make a repair.Hummocks are where the roadway asphalt has pushed up in a wave-like shape.Not-For- Profit Organization (State disability) If you represent a Not-for-Profit Organization operating in New York City and servicing a community of disabled people and you would like to apply for a State Parking Permit for People with Disabilities (PPPD), click here Agency Business Parking Permits are available for City, State or Federal agencies whose employees need to park while conducting official business.Annual On-Street Parking Permits are available for not-for-profits to help carry out their mission.Most applications must include a plan drawn by a professional engineer or registered architect.The plan review checklist describes the requirements.
DOT typically follows up with spot milling and paving, which may performed during the nonpaving season, from mid-December to mid-March.Cave-ins are jagged holes with a deep void, where the pavement has cracked apart and fallen into a deep empty space without a solid bottom.Cave-ins are larger and deeper than potholes and are not geometrically shaped like a defective street cut.Despite the large scale of repairs, this amounts to less than 1% of the City’s total sidewalk area each year.DOT relies on property owners to maintain the rest of the sidewalks.
Open street cuts are when a street excavation has been left uncovered, generally because there is active work in the roadway. If actionable, inspector will contact responsible excavator, and in the absence of the responsible party or other response personnel, will stay onsite until parties arrive.