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pedestrian safety

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Prospect Heights »

A first-grader, her brother, and their father were injured in a crash while walking to P.S. 9 this week.

Chelsea »

DOT started implementing a plan to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety along the stretch this week.

Astoria »

The redesign will kick off next year and focus on Steinway Street between 28th and 35th Avenues.

Crown Heights »

All vehicle traffic on the park's East Drive will be prohibited starting July 17.

Long Island City »

The DOT will lower the speed limit on three local streets to 20 miles per hour.

Rego Park »

The crosswalk was installed on 97th Street between the Horace Harding Expressway and 62nd Drive. 

Rego Park »

An advocate who posted the sign on Alderton St. will be fined unless she removes the sign immediately.

Forest Hills »

The Department of Transportation is considering adding a pedestrian island in front of P.S. 220.

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.