street safety

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Windsor Terrace »

The Department of Transportation could install 15 speed humps to slow traffic in Windsor Terrace.

Jamaica »

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

Upper West Side »

Ken Coughlin has been cycling and walking local streets for many years.

Upper West Side »

City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal has given bike safety priority in her budget.

Bed-Stuy »

Groups calling for street improvements will help pedestrians cross the roadway using lights.

Upper West Side »

The sidewalk on Riverside Drive is uneven and needs repaving, the Parks Department said. 

Upper West Side »

The extended Columbus Avenue lane will better connect it to the Ninth Avenue lane, the DOT said.

Windsor Terrace »

The announcement follows the death of a 14-year-old boy at Caton Avenue and East Seventh Street.

Kensington »

Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.

Prospect Heights »

New crosswalks, turn restrictions and bigger medians may come to Washington and Underhill avenues.

Jackson Heights »

The railing was installed last month near the 74th Street Transit Hub.

Upper West Side »

The group will combine community and board members to consider ways to better design local streets.

St. George »

Janette Sadik-Khan and James Molinaro welcomed new crosswalks on Hyatt Street.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will host a "Stranger Danger" workshop on Nov. 15 at 157 Columbia St.

St. George »

The DOT will add more crosswalks and a pedestrian plaza to increase safety.