* Winner of the 2015 NYC Big Apps “Vision Zero” Big Idea Challenge
"This is going to potentially save lives. This is a profoundly important new tool that's going to help people in a profound way."
-- NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio
Thanks for using Reported to submit 311 complaints about NYC taxis, Ubers, cars, trucks and buses to help make the streets safer for passengers, pedestrians and cyclists.
Reported lets you submit official 311 complaints about NYC taxis, cars, trucks, and buses in 30 seconds. Reported submits directly to NYC's 311 system and the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (if appropriate). We want to make our streets safer for pedestrians, cyclists and passengers and hold dangerous drivers accountable.
If you have any questions or feedback, please email email@example.com or visit us online at www.reported.nyc.
This is a major update that we've been working on for the last year.
- Rebuilt from the ground up
- New automatic license plate recognition from photo
- New sign up flow
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We hope to submit more regular updates going forward in 2021. Thanks for bearing with us!
Ratings and Reviews
Used To Be Good
I used to use this app all the time to report cars parked in the bike lane. With the new update it’s so buggy as to be practically useless. Had a hard time logging in and it won’t let me submit reports a lot of the time.
The new license plate detection is a great feature, but a lot of time it won’t even let me upload a photo, so again, a nice idea but in practice doesn’t work.
We can finally fight back against reckless, scofflaw TLC drivers
As a cyclist I have my life almost ended daily by these so-called "professional" TLC drivers who operate their vehicles outside the law in a manner which shows they have no concern whatsoever for other road users. Everyone's long since given up hoping for the NYPD to police the roads, but finally we have a chance to police them ourselves. The app is designed very well and makes it easy to not only report lawless drivers but also to track the outcomes as well. The fact that taxi drivers hate this app just shows how effective it's being. They talk to each other about it on forums and message groups, and word is getting round that we're out there. After having spent a couple of months reporting every TLC bike lane blockage I come across while cycling in my neighborhood, I've started to notice a change in behavior and have less blockages to report. They are warning each other not to stop in the bike lanes because of how many fines they've gotten, and this is exactly the intended effect of the app! Now the choice for them is clear - either respect the law and stop risking lives, otherwise it's going to cost you a pretty penny. A major force in the fight against reckless driving in this city and I just hope it isn't long before we can report all other kinds of drivers too.
Cycle in NYC? This app is an essential!
If you see illegal behavior by licensed TLC drivers—Uber, Lyft, black cars, taxis—simply take a picture open app and file a complaint with NYC 311. It takes just a few seconds. TLC will fine offended drivers. In some situations drivers will contest fine and in those situations—if you provide contact info—you will have option to testify by phone should the driver show up at a scheduled hearing. Hearings take about 10 minutes of your time. Cycling in NYC is frequently fantastic. When drivers endanger your life, and the lives of fellow cyclists it’s our responsibility to call out drivers who act without care toward us. This app makes it simple and fast to do so.
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