From pedestrian deaths to Columbia's sexual assault protests, we looked back at the year's big events.
The cabdriver who struck Cooper Stock last January could face a maximum of 15 days in jail.
The changes are expected to lessen dangerous turns and reduce speeding, the DOT said.
The city is preparing to unveil new safety plans Thursday for the residential corridor.
The department changed crossing times at West End Avenue and 95th Street after Jean Chambers' death.
Jean Chambers was hit by an SUV while crossing West 95th Street at West End Avenue.
The DOT may add a speed bump and more crossing time for pedestrians at W. 95th Street and West End Ave.
Jean Chambers was killed Thursday morning near an intersection that prompted a pedestrian safety law.
The signing took place near the Woodside intersection where an 8-year-old was killed in December.
Helen Rosenthal wants to extend "Cooper's Law" to cover all New York drivers.
The bill revokes a cabbie's license in cases when they hit a pedestrian while breaking traffic rules.
The board described the legislation as vague and unfair to taxi drivers.
The West End Residences, which serve women and children, will get its first kids' library next month.
The first fundraiser for Cooper Stock's fund will be held at Soul Cycle this May.
The 24th Precinct has seen 36 crashes involving pedestrians so far this year, police said.
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