From additional speed humps to slow zones, advocates want more to be done to protect pedestrians.
The city will reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on Houston Street and the Bowery starting in November.
The street is the latest slow zone to arrive in The Bronx.
The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.
The signing took place near the Woodside intersection where an 8-year-old was killed in December.
Enforcement of the new rule will begin July 7, police said.
Felipe Castro, 27, of Sunset Park was working at an auto shop when he was hit and killed, police said.
The initiative will knock down the speed limit from 30 to 25 mph on Northern Blvd.
Fort Greene was not accepted for a "Slow Zone" so neighbors are taking matters into their own hands.
The selected areas will see their speed limits lowered to 20 miles per hour, according to the DOT.
A group of Bronx students successfully campaigned for safer streets in their neighborhood.
Corona is City's latest Slow Zone; 13 other locations also announced.
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