traffic safety

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Fort Greene »

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

Park Slope »

The Dept. of Transportation will host a public meeting Aug. 3 on the dangerous intersection.

Forest Hills »

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

Mott Haven »

He was pronounced dead at Lincoln Medical Center, police said.

Woodside »

The board said 31st Avenue between 55th and 60th streets is too dangerous for cyclists.

Astoria »

The city is converting the Astoria Park street to a one-way road by turning one lane into a bike path.

Inwood »

Troop 3205 wants to add a red blinking light and rumble strips at Seaman Avenue and 218th Street.

Upper West Side »

Ten people were hit in the past month, up from just three during the same period last year, police said.

Corona »

The bill, which would suspend registration for up to six months, is designed to boost pedestrian safety.

Upper East Side »

Jodi McGrath was struck and killed by a garbage truck as she was walking on First Avenue on March 15.

Long Island City »

Parents and local leaders will rally Friday to erect a homemade stop sign on 5th Street and 46th Avenue.

Ditmars »

Shore Blvd. will become one-way under the plan, which will also narrow 20th Ave. and Hoyt Ave. North.

Long Island City »

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

Civic Center »

Traffic deaths are down, but not by a significant enough percentage, advocates said.

Woodside »

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