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pedestrian deaths

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'You ain't seen nothing yet,' de Blasio said of of Vision Zero plan to reduce traffic fatalities.

Upper West Side »

The 24th Precinct wrote summonses and proposed changes to an intersection where a woman was killed. 

Upper West Side »

So far in 2015, the northern half of the UWS has had a vast improvement in safety, police said.

St. George »

The city plans to reduce speeding and give pedestrians more time to cross streets without cars.

Upper West Side »

Six people were killed in the 10025 zip code last year, compared to just one in 2013.

Upper West Side »

Car accidents went up while pedestrian injuries fell in the the six months since it was revamped.

Upper West Side »

The changes are expected to lessen dangerous turns and reduce speeding, the DOT said. 

Greenwich Village »

The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.

Woodside »

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

Concourse »

The annual number of pedestrian deaths in the borough decreased from 28 to 17, according to a study.