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.
Officials said the victim, who was struck early Thursday on Queens Boulevard, has yet to be identified.
The DOT says that 155th Street near Edgecombe Avenue is one of the city's most dangerous intersections.
Schools are without guards or have unfulfilled requests for second guards.
The Safer Greener Streets Fair will be held on Sept. 13 at Travers Park.
From additional speed humps to slow zones, advocates want more to be done to protect pedestrians.
Irving Schachter, 75, was training for a marathon when he was hit by a biker, police said.
Quamell Daniels, 21, was hospitalized after he was hit on Himrod Street at Irving Avenue, family said.
Police aren't going after teen riders, saying they'd have to be arrested rather than written summonses.
The M100 bus lets passengers out in the middle lane at 207th Street and Tenth Avenue.
Drivers will have to slow to 25 mph on Broadway from Columbus Circle to 220th Street.
The crosswalks will be at 48th and 49th Avenue near P.S./I.S. 78, where stop signs were recently added.
The DOT's plan would force drivers who want to go east on Myrtle Avenue to go west and make a u-turn.
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