The DOT wants to make the "bow tie" intersection safer with changes proposed for Spring 2015.
The speed limit will drop by 5 mph, with added signage at major intersections to improve park safety.
Mark Treyger's proposed law would make New York City the largest in the nation to ban the practice.
Dozens of complaints have been logged about reckless drivers in Kew Gardens and Forest Hills.
The 110th Precinct targets drivers who speed or fail to yield in a bid to shrink pedestrian injuries.
The crash-prone stretch of Broadway between 75th Street and Queens Boulevard will get a safety upgrade.
The busy Corona corridor connects many to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
The data showed that failure to yield was the second leading cause of crashes.
The changes are expected to lessen dangerous turns and reduce speeding, the DOT said.
The crosswalks will be at 48th and 49th Avenue near P.S./I.S. 78, where stop signs were recently added.
The city is preparing to unveil new safety plans Thursday for the residential corridor.
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.
The last two traffic blitzes ended with more than 10,000 tickets being issued.
Ed Finkenberg hopes to bring attention to traffic safety issues in the wake of Rosa Anidjar's death.
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