Vision Zero

De Blasio: Under Vision Zero, 2015 Safest Year Ever On NYC StreetsMayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that under the city's Vision Zero program, 2015 was officially the safest year ever on New York City streets since record keeping began in 1910.
NYPD Increases Holiday Pedestrian Safety Patrols Near Senior CentersThe holiday initiative began on Monday, Dec. 14 and will run through Dec. 20, the NYPD said.
Marchers Raise Awareness For Traffic Collision Victims On World Remembrance DayParticipants marched to the United Nations from City Hall Park Sunday in effort to remember those who were injured or killed in traffic collisions in honor of World Remembrance Day.
Mayor De Blasio Holds News Availability After Being Challenged On Not Answering Off-Topic QuestionsMayor Bill de Blasio held a news availability Friday afternoon at City Hall, without a specific topic or agenda.
De Blasio: No Decision Made On Times Square Pedestrian PlazasThe mayor promised that the task force will examine the safety ramifications and crowed, "I think what we've done with Vision Zero is beyond what any previous administration has done."
Officials Unveil Pedestrian Safety Improvements Near Barclays CenterNew safety pedestrian improvements are coming to a dangerous intersection near Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
De Blasio Wants To Transform Dangerous Queens Road Into 'Boulevard Of Life'The city is investing $100 million to transform Queens Boulevard from the "boulevard of death" into the "boulevard of life," Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday.
Ban On Cars On West Drive In Prospect Park Takes EffectWest Drive between Grand Army Plaza and Park Circle, which had been open to vehicles for two hours during weekday afternoons, will now be permanently car free.
CBS2 Exclusive: Technology Credited With Big Increase In NYC Speeding TicketsDrivers in New York City are speeding into ticket trouble in record numbers.
New 'Vision Zero' Ad Showcasing Dangerous Driving Behavior DebutsThe first ad, called "Racer," shows a driver and a young cyclist both heading out for a ride until the distracted driver collides with the child.
New Street Sweepers To Play Role In de Blasio’s ‘Vision Zero’ PlanAs part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's 'Vision Zero' plan the city is getting new street sweepers that will give drivers a better view of the road.
Advocacy Group: Pump $2.4 Billion Per Year Into Fixing Dangerous RoadsAn advocacy group said Tuesday said while the mayor’s program to improve traffic safety is admirable, it will require a lot more effort – and a lot more money – to make the city’s roads truly safe.

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