Driver Who Killed 7-Year-Old Gets Probation After DA Katz Quietly Downgraded Charges
A child is dead — but this driver walked.
2023 in Review: Who is the Activist of the Year?
Little changes on New York City's streets without fighting for it — but who did it best? Please vote for this year's honoree.
Pols Detail ‘Road Map’ For Safe Streets in Western Queens
A group of western Queens lawmakers released a plan for street safety projects they want to see before 2030.
Cops Hunting BMW Driver Who Killed Pedestrian In Astoria Hit-And-Run
A driver who fled the scene of a crash on foot remains at-large hours after striking and killing a pedestrian in Astoria, Queens, cops said.
Astoria Organizers Lead the Way on Street Safety with a Reddit Strategy
The western Queens neighborhood has become a hub for a new kind of safe street advocacy.
Astoria Clamors for Protected Bike Lanes on 31st Ave. ‘Bike Boulevard,’ But DOT Hasn’t Decided
Protected bike lanes are the floor for 31st Avenue.
Astoria Pols Propose 31st Ave. Protected Bike Lane, Other Changes After Tragedies
Elected officials are "engaging with parents, teachers and neighbors about the urgent need for protected bike lanes — both on 31st Ave as well as on an additional, yet-to-be-determined north-south bike lane."
‘Standard Practice’: Queens Panel Endorses Universal Daylighting as Driver Who Killed Dolma Goes to Court
Tuesday was bookended by a Queens driver who killed a 7-year-old girl appearing in court and a community board urging the city to daylight all intersections to prevent such crashes in the future.
‘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.