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Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Drivers Ticketed Up to 88 Percent More This Year, Police Say

Drivers in the 77th and 71st precincts are getting more tickets for speeding and failure to yield.

Yorkville »

College Student Dies After Being Hit by 2 Cabs in Yorkville, Police Say

Kelly Gordon, 22, was crossing York Avenue when two taxis hit her, police said.

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.

Upper West Side »

More UWS Police Trained to Use Radar Guns to Catch Speeding Drivers

The 20th Precinct has trained two more officers to use radar guns.

Woodside »

City to Boost Safety at Northern Blvd. Corner Where 8-Year-Old Was Killed

Northern Blvd. at 61st St., where Noshat Nahian was fatally struck in December, will get improvements.

Jackson Heights »

DOT Installs Safety Railing Near Transit Hub After Fatal Accident

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

Upper West Side »

Law Could Add Hundreds of Audible Signals to City Crosswalks

The proposed law comes as visually impaired pedestrians demand a seat at the table.

Long Island City »

Queens Leaders Push to Find Driver in Fatal Northern Blvd. Hit-and-Run

Kumar Ragunath, 64, died on Saturday after being struck by a hit-and-run driver.

Crown Heights »

5-Year-Old Boy Killed in Crown Heights Hit-and-Run, Police Say

Roshard Charles, 5, died when Elizabeth Mayard backed into him with her minivan, police said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Crash-Prone Jay St. Corridor Overhaul at Center of Monday Night Discussion

A discussion about the fate of the dangerous Jay Street corridor is on deck Monday night.

St. George »

Build It Back Has 'to Do Better' at Releasing Sandy Funds, Mayor Says

After a meeting on Staten Island, de Blasio said the city will release a new plan for Sandy recovery.

Civic Center »

Victims' Families and Advocates Form Group to Combat Traffic Deaths

In the wake of a morning traffic death, relatives of those killed in citywide accidents held a rally.

Maspeth »

Police Say Mayor's Drivers Sometimes Break Traffic Laws to Maintain Safety

CBS 2 reported that de Blasio's caravan had several traffic violations after a press conference Thursday.

Rego Park »

Community Boards Making Lists of Perilous Streets for Vision Zero Plan

The Queens Borough President will offer recommendations to improve traffic safety in the borough.

Upper West Side »

UWS Precinct Wants to Train More Police to Use Radar Guns

The 24th Precinct plans train four additional officers to use the guns to catch speeding drivers. 

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