The 88th Pct. issued 143 speeding summons this year, more than 60 percent less than the borough average.
Ten vehicle safety checkpoints, partly influenced by a focus on Vision Zero, helped increase arrests.
The new 25 mph speed limit takes effect Nov. 7, but Forest Hills police won't ticket drivers right away.
The 30 mph limit had been in place since 1964.
The 110th Precinct targets drivers who speed or fail to yield in a bid to shrink pedestrian injuries.
The cabdriver who struck Cooper Stock last January could face a maximum of 15 days in jail.
The DOT says that 155th Street near Edgecombe Avenue is one of the city's most dangerous intersections.
Under a new law, cabbie MD Hossain could be the first to face jail time after killing a pedestrian.
The new plaza is also meant to help reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths.
The city will reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on Houston Street and the Bowery starting in November.
The speed limit along 134 blocks of Amsterdam Avenue will be reduced to 25 mph this November.
Two Queens streets have been selected for the latest round of the city's arterial slow zone program.
The street is the latest slow zone to arrive in The Bronx.
The changes are expected to lessen dangerous turns and reduce speeding, the DOT said.
Drivers will have to slow to 25 mph on Broadway from Columbus Circle to 220th Street.
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