Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. wants to designate one emergency lane in each direction along the entire 7.2 mile length of the boulevard.
The suspect is believed to be 29-years-old, about 5-feet-7-inches tall, weighing 160 pounds.
The victim also spoke with 1010 WINS on Wednesday, talking about what a “terrible experience” the entire situation was.
The ear-splitting screeching sounds heard by people near the Triumph of Civic Virtue statue on Queens Boulevard are being emitted from a noise machine that the city put up to drive birds away.
Police are currently looking for a suspect that they believe committed five burglaries throughout Queens, all of which took place between Jan.15 and Feb. 22.
Topping the list is the Hempstead Turnpike in Nassau County, where there have been 15 deadly accidents involving pedestrians from 2008 to 2010.
Local residents say commuters come in from Long Island and hog up the spots along Queens Boulevard for 12 hours and then hop onto the 7 train into the city.
New Yorkers are facing real road dangers. A new study shows some of the city’s busiest intersections are also some of its most dangerous.
The accident occurred at 9:35 a.m. on Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst. Emergency crews arrived on the scene a minute later and transported all the victims to Elmhurst Hospital.