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Prospect Heights »

Traffic Safety Features Installed at Three-Way Atlantic Avenue Intersection

New islands and turn restrictions are in place at Washington and Underhill avenues in Prospect Heights.

Howard Beach »

Pedestrians and Cyclists Advocate for Safer Conduit Avenue

Residents will walk along the dangerous Queens street Saturday morning. 

Midtown East »

Out-of-Control Car Jumps Curb and Pins Woman Against Lamppost

 The crash took place at 49th and Second Ave just before 4:30 p.m., fire officials said.  

Ditmars »

Shore Boulevard in Astoria Park Should Be Closed to Cars, Official Says

Assemblywoman Simotas wants to ban all but emergency vehicles between Astoria Park South and Ditmars.

Crown Heights »

Dollar Van Driver Hit 2 People in Crown Heights and Fled, Officials Say

Angeal Minott, 20, has been arrested and charged in the July 13 incident, police said.

East Harlem »

Crossing Park Avenue Under the Elevated Metro-North Tracks Just Got Safer

Safety improvements include concrete neck-downs along Park Avenue between 96th and 111th streets.

Washington Heights »

MAP: Washington Heights' Most Dangerous Intersections

West 181st and Amsterdam Avenue has the most collisions of any intersection in Washington Heights.

Inwood »

MAP: 207th Street Has Most Dangerous Intersections in Inwood, Data Shows

The street is home to the three most collision-prone intersections in the neighborhood.

Crown Heights »

Prospect Park's East Side Neighbors Fume Over Exclusion From Car Ban

Cars will still be allowed on the East Drive during weekday rush hour, the city announced Thursday.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

DOT Unveils Plan to Protect Pedestrians at Busy Parkside and Ocean Avenues

The city hopes to reduce crashes at the busy Prospect-Lefferts Gardens intersection.

Fort George »

Major Traffic Changes Proposed for Uptown Sherman and St. Nicholas Avenues

The DOT wants to reduce each avenue from four to two lanes of traffic and add bike lanes.

Hudson Heights »

Stop Sign and Crosswalk Installed at Busy A Train Station Entrance

The Bennett Avenue entrance to the 190th Street A train station received new safety measures.

Prospect Heights »

Prospect Heights 20 MPH 'Slow Zone' Proposal Not Strong Enough, CB Says

Brooklyn Community Board 8 asked the Department of Transportation to beef up their plan.

Woodside »

City Plans to Add Bike Lanes to Stretch of Queens Boulevard in $100M Revamp

The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."

Astoria »

DOT Plans Traffic Changes for Dangerous Astoria Street

Transportation advocates have pushed for safety upgrades on 21st Street for the last few years.