The New York City Pedestrian Safety Study and Action Plan, 2010

  • Date Enacted: Aug 31, 2010

Summary

In order to reduce traffic fatalities and make New York City streets safe for everyone, the Pedestrian Safety Report and Action Plan examines over 7,000 records of crashes that have caused serious injuries or fatalities to pedestrians, and indentifies underlying causes. 

The Action Plan builds upon NYC DOT’s strategic plan, Sustainable Streets, as well as the work NYC DOT has done in accordance with Local Law 11, signed into law by Mayor Bloomberg in April 2008.

Overview excerpt sourced from New York City Department of Transportation websiite

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