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Ditmars »

Residents want speed bumps and possibly a traffic light near where a 21-year-old was killed last month.

Astoria »

The DOT plans to lower the speed limit on several streets between Astoria Boulevard and 30th Avenue.

Sunnyside »

The DOT added a light and pedestrian signals at 51st Street and Skillman Avenue last week.

Longwood »

The blueprint is part of Vision Zero, the city's plan to eliminate traffic fatalities in New York.

Woodside »

The signing took place near the Woodside intersection where an 8-year-old was killed in December.

Sunnyside »

The DOT said the roadway's speed limit will remain at 30 miles per hour, according to a spokesman.

Park Slope »

The deaths of Sammy Cohen Eckstein, Lucian Merryweather and Allison Liao have left many wanting changes.

High Bridge »

A group of Bronx students successfully campaigned for safer streets in their neighborhood.

East Village & Lower East Side »

A study released by Transportation Alternatives calls for the city to put more attention on preventing crashes.

Harlem »

Nearly half of the drivers passing P.S. 175 were found to be speeding as school let out, the DOT said.

Manhattan »

Images of skeletons will feature on speed boards warning drivers that they're going too fast.

Manhattan »

The Parks Department is removing Central Park's outdated "15 mph" signs from 20 years ago.

Manhattan »

Only 20 percent of the pedestrians killed or seriously injured during 2009 were jaywalkers, according to a new study.