Over the summer, the DOT published a report on Pedestrian Safety and a plan to address the many corridors and dangerous intersections. This plan had been mandated by the Pedestrian safety law that Council member Brewer and CHEKPEDS members worked hard for in 2008.

Another report resulted from that effort: the analysis of the 20 most dangerous intersections in New york city for pedestrians.  No one here will be surprised to hear that the two most dangerous are 42nd Street @ 8th and 9th Avenues.

Join us to suggest your solutions and your specific intersections.

CB4 Transportation Committee – Pedestrian Safety
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 – 6:30 pm
Holland House, 351 W 42nd Street, Piano Room

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Ted L
13 years ago

More cops to observe traffic with increased ticketing. Have outstanding tickets, arrest the driver, the was they do subway fare cheaters who physically hurt no one. Opps, they’re Black.