pedestrian safety

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Long Island City »

Mayor de Blasio allocated nearly $30 million this year to reconstruct streets in Hunters Point and LIC.

Crown Heights »

The new DOT plan would also limit a turn at Utica Avenue, one of the borough's most dangerous crossings.

Park Slope »

Times Plaza, where Fourth Avenue, Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush Avenue meet, is about to be redesigned.

Prospect Heights »

This year's budget includes money for the tiny public spaces between Prospect Heights and Park Slope.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Residents say the left turn from the Manhattan Bridge onto Concord Street is dangerous for pedestrians.

Woodside »

The city will spend $115 million this year on additional traffic calming measures, the mayor said.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio has hailed his Vision Zero safety plan with reducing fatalities citywide.

Ditmars »

Local leaders have been calling for more lights on the street since a fatality there in 2009.

Windsor Terrace »

The DOT plans to improve two intersections on Terrace Place with new crossings and lane markings.

Forest Hills »

Safety upgrades near the park include enhanced crossings and new pedestrian ramps.

Crown Heights »

A misdemeanor charge created in 2014 has a penalty of up to 30 days in jail and a $250 fine for drivers.

Woodside »

Queens Boulevard was ranked third on People for Bikes' annual list of best new bike lane projects.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Residents say the left turn from the southbound Manhattan Bridge onto Concord Street is a safety risk.

Long Island City »

The DOT is asking residents to share their ideas for a plan to redesign streets in the neighborhood.

Jamaica »

The meeting will be held this Wednesday in downtown Jamaica.