The report, which focused on neighborhoods on Manhattan’s East Side, found that children are most often struck by drivers near public housing.
There are over 300 roads in Nassau County on Long Island and many of them are just not safe for pedestrians.
New Jersey’s new crosswalk regulations have been in effect for several months but there is still plenty of confusion for both drivers and pedestrians.
Starting this month, 1,500 intersections across the city will get pedestrian countdown clocks and speed limits may be reduced to 20 mph in some residential areas.
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