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Crown Heights »

The misdemeanor charges include failure to exercise due care, the relatively new "Vision Zero" law.

Astoria »

Officials are also pressing the DOT to add mid-block crosswalks along the busy shopping street.

Williamsburg »

The agency will bring their "safety action plan" to the community later this year, a spokeswoman said.

Willowbrook »

The city will add crosswalks, signs and roadway markings to make it easier for hikers to cross streets.

Astoria »

The traffic light comes after calls for safety changes on 21st Street.

Vinegar Hill »

The Department of Transportation unveiled pedestrian safety improvements near the Farragut Houses.

Fort Greene »

The intersection is one of the most dangerous in Brooklyn, the DOT said.

Forest Hills »

The Queens DA plans to appeal a judge's ruling that found the mayor's Vision Zero law unconstitutional.

Upper East Side »

The $3.4 million in upgrades are being done under the city's Safe Routes to School program.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Eric Adams is pushing the DOT to study a traffic-calming infrastructure for Flatbush Avenue.

Kensington »

The new signal at East Eighth Street and Caton Avenue is one of several local safety upgrades.

Midland Beach »

The lawmakers called on the city to add stop signs to a crash-prone stretch of the road.

Clinton Hill »

The DOT wants to add a two-way bike lane to Clinton Avenue between Flushing and Gates avenues.

Astoria »

Transportation advocates say the intersection at 21st Street and 30th Road was long a problem spot.

Astoria »

The project will tackle a portion of the roadway between Honeywell Street and Broadway.