vision zero

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Corona »

The city's revised proposal would add safer pedestrian crossings and 25 parking spaces to the street. 

Midtown »

The notoriously tardy mayor has racked up several travel scandals over the years. Here's a roundup.

Upper East Side »

The woman was crossing East 73rd Street at Second Avenue when she was hit, police said.

Corona »

The Department of Transportation's proposal for 111th Street was first presented in March 2015.

East Village »

According to one witness, the woman's bike looked "like it had been through a trash compactor."

Park Slope »

The Department of Education is now a partner in Vision Zero, DOT officials said.

Astoria »

The traffic light comes after calls for safety changes on 21st Street.

Fort Greene »

Marlon Sewell hired a private attorney after being indicted on manslaughter charges.

Crown Heights »

The DOT removed the year-old barriers amid concerns over large vehicles at the West Indian Day Parade.

Williamsburg »

The 33-year-old victim was biking north on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg Saturday when he was hit.

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.

Park Slope »

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

Elmhurst »

Antonio Flores, 59, was discharged from Elmhurst Hospital but later died of sepsis, officials say.

Forest Hills »

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