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Upper East Side »

There's a lot going on in the neighborhood but these stories are ones to keep track of in the new year.

Park Slope »

The Department of Education is now a partner in Vision Zero, DOT officials said.

Upper West Side »

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

Jamaica »

The city plans to bring more speed limit signs and lights timed for pedestrians to the priority areas.

Windsor Terrace »

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

Forest Hills »

The new 25 mph speed limit takes effect Nov. 7, but Forest Hills police won't ticket drivers right away.

Midtown »

More than 200 pedestrians ages 60 and older were killed in Brooklyn over 10 years, a study found.

Washington Heights »

Drivers will have to slow to 25 mph on Broadway from Columbus Circle to 220th Street.

Civic Center »

As part of the Vision Zero campaign, police are also targeting drivers using cellphones.

Long Island City »

LaGuardia Community College launched the Thomson Avenue study after Tenzin Drudak, 16, died in 2013.

Long Island City »

Ryo Oyamada's family wants the NYPD to turn over evidence from its investigation into the accident.

Long Island City »

Family and friends will gather in Queensbridge to remember Ryo Oyamada, who was killed last year.

Woodside »

Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to make the city's streets safer for pedestrians on Wednesday.

Woodside »

Luis Bravo, 19, was struck and killed near Broadway and 58th Street in Queens on Saturday.