pedestrian safety

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Lower East Side »

Officials celebrated the creation of 1,000 miles of bike lanes while residents spoke out against one.

Crown Heights »

Precincts in the area are spreading safety tips to senior walkers to combat the statistics this year.

Jamaica »

Activists are planning a series of meetings to identify the most dangerous spots in the area. 

Prospect Heights »

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

Howard Beach »

Residents will walk along the dangerous Queens street Saturday morning. 

Midtown East »

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

Ditmars »

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

Crown Heights »

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

East Harlem »

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

Washington Heights »

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

Inwood »

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

Crown Heights »

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

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

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

Fort George »

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

Hudson Heights »

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