The event, scheduled for March 7, will begin in Forest Hills.
The area around Hillside and Jamaica avenues is among the most crash-prone sections of Queens.
The city plans to bring more speed limit signs and lights timed for pedestrians to the priority areas.
Parents at WHEELS Elementary in Fort George said the school needs more traffic-safety measures.
The DOT wants to designate a slow zone in Hudson Heights and install a crosswalk on Bennett Avenue.
Jorge Rios died at 47 while driving on a motorcycle on Manhattan Avenue at Green Street.
Former M.S. 51 student Alison Collard de Beaufort wants kids to get involved in pedestrian safety.
The city plans to close Waverly Place to traffic between Seventh Avenue South and Charles Street.
The announcement follows the death of a 14-year-old boy at Caton Avenue and East Seventh Street.
From pedestrian deaths to Columbia's sexual assault protests, we looked back at the year's big events.
Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.
New crosswalks, turn restrictions and bigger medians may come to Washington and Underhill avenues.
The DOT wants to make the "bow tie" intersection safer with changes proposed for Spring 2015.
Residents say the entrance is dangerous for straphangers due to poor visibility and speeding vehicles.
The 110th Precinct targets drivers who speed or fail to yield in a bid to shrink pedestrian injuries.
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