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Upper West Side »

Police arrested 39 drivers under Vision Zero, the most since it was implemented in 2014, officials said.

Crown Heights »

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

Fort Greene »

The city will be allocating more than $400 million in funding for street-safety improvements. 

Jackson Heights »

The man was taken to Elmhurst Hospital where he was pronounced dead, officials said. 

Prospect Park South »

Police later located the driver, who said he didn't realize he'd hit the woman on Caton Avenue.

Williamsburg »

Parents from the Montessori School are asking for safety upgrades following a pedestrian death.

Astoria »

Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas wants the DOT to take "immediate action" at the intersection of 32nd St.

Williamsburg »

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

Williamsburg »

On Tuesday morning, Politicians and residents rallied near the spot where Rafael Nieves was killed. 

Midtown »

The ride-sharing company said the proposed rules could endanger customer privacy. 

East New York »

Three men and one woman were killed in car crashes over a five-day span.

Forest Hills »

DNAinfo readers were divided on how the proposed changes would affect the area. 

Forest Hills »

Residents will be able to provide feedback about the redesign during a workshop on Jan. 12.

Upper West Side »

Data shows that one intersection in the West 90s appears to have gotten more dangerous over the years.

Bed-Stuy »

The 54-year-old was hit near Myrtle and Nostrand avenues, police said.