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Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Slow Zone Approved By Community Board

The move will reduce speed to 20 mph between 69th to 82nd streets and 34th Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue.

West Village »

Principal, Parents Urge City to Slow Traffic on Sixth Avenue

P.S. 41 Principal Kelly Shannon is calling on the city to put a Slow Zone on Sixth Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Community Board Reschedules Slow Zone Meeting

A presentation on a Bed-Stuy slow zone was planned for a meeting Monday, but was postponed.

Lower East Side »

Canal Street Turned Into a Slow Zone to Increase Safety

Canal Street will see its speed limit reduced from 30 to 25 mph this summer.

Inwood »

Speed Limit to Be Reduced on Broadway Above Columbus Circle, DOT Says

The 8.3-mile stretch of Broadway will become New York's fourth arterial slow zone this July.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Slow Zone Advocates Launch Social Media Campaign

Supporters launched a new website, Facebook page, Twitter account and online petition.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Atlantic Avenue First Major Thoroughfare to Get 'Slow Zone'

The speed limit on a 7.6-mile stretch of Atlantic Avenue will be reduced from 30 to 25 mph.

Bed-Stuy »

Fake Speed Limit Signs Protest Slow Zone Decision in Bed-Stuy

The fake signs are within the proposed slow zone's radius.

Jackson Heights »

Safety Activists Place Fake Speed Signs in Jackson Heights, Elmhurst

The homemade 20 mph signs are meant to raise awareness about safety.

Bed-Stuy »

Bus Accident Renews Calls for Bed-Stuy Slow Zone

An accident that caused a school bus to flip over shows the need for a slow zone, residents say.

Clinton Hill »

CB2 Pushes Forward with Slow Zone Plan Despite Neighboring Board's Veto

The slow zone in parts of Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill would lower speed limits from 30 mph to 20 mph.

Bed-Stuy »

Slow Zone Plan for Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill Rejected by Community Board

The Bed-Stuy board cited traffic issues and a lack of specifics as reasons to reject the zone.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill Slow Zone Approved for 2014

The slow zone will lower the speed limit from 30 mph to 20 mph.

East Village »

Traffic Slow Zone Approved for Alphabet City

The Department of Transportation approved a slow zone to lower East Village traffic speeds by 10 mph.

Hudson Heights »

Community Board 12 Asks DOT to Look Into Creating Hudson Heights Slow Zone

The board voted nearly unanimously in favor of a slow zone, which would be northern Manhattan's second.

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