‘It Will Save Lives’: Queens CB1 Members Demand Universal Intersection Daylighting After Drivers Kill Two Kids
The Department of Transportation exempts itself from state law requiring intersections free of parked cars, also known as daylighting, but Queens Community Board 1's Transportation Committee voted on Thursday to demanding that officials axe the carveout.
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