De Blasio: Spring Will Usher In Dozens Of Vision Zero Safety ProjectsMayor Bill de Blasio announced that city would begin work on 'dozens of Vision Zero street redesign and construction safety project' -- it's part of a $1.6-billion safety push.
De Blasio: NYC Traffic Deaths During Winter Months Down 26 PercentNew York City officials are crediting its "Dusk and Darkness" campaign to a decrease in traffic deaths throughout the winter months.
NYPD To Crack Down On Speeding, Other Traffic InfractionsThe NYPD is cracking down on speeding and other infractions as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to cut down on traffic injuries and deaths.
Officials: NYC Traffic Deaths Drop To Record Low, Pedestrian Deaths UpMayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that the downward trend in traffic deaths shows his Vision Zero traffic-safety campaign is working.
Vision Zero Program Cracks Down On Reckless Driving During Holiday SeasonWhile winter may be the most wonderful time of year, it's also one of the most dangerous.
Victims' Families Rally For Safety, Prevention Of Car vs. Pedestrian Accidents In NYCFamilies of pedestrians struck and killed by cars in New York City gathered at City Hall Park Sunday to remember their loved ones.
NYC Sees Rise In Traffic-Related Deaths For First Time In 3 YearsMayor Bill de Blasio's signature "Vision Zero" campaign to reduce traffic fatalities appears to have taken a troubling U-turn.
Data Shows Pedestrian Deaths In NYC Increase After Daylight Saving Time EndsThe NYPD will step up "Vision Zero" enforcement at dangerous intersections as the city heads into what is traditionally the deadliest time of year for pedestrians.
Despite Neighborhood Opposition, Queens Boulevard Bike Lane Project ContinuesBike lanes were designed to make the streets safer, and when locals voted against them, Mayor Bill de Blasio overruled them.
Queens Judge Rules 'Vision Zero' Law UnconstitutionalThe law makes it a misdemeanor to hit a pedestrian or cyclist who has the right of way, but Queens Judge Gia Morris ruled it violates the right to due process .
Cycling Advocates Say Drivers Are Using Bike Lanes And The Consequences Could Be DeadlyPeter Steely White, with Transportation Alternatives said it's almost become an acceptable practice for drivers to use bike lanes with too few consequences.
CBS2 Gets Results: Traffic Safety Sign Moved After Obstructing Eleventh Avenue TrafficA sign intended to keep city streets safe seemed to have the opposite effect on the West Side of Manhattan Thursday.

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