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The 10 most hazardous street corners in New York City for Pedestrians

The 10 most hazardous street corners in New York City for Pedestrians.

Each of these intersections in New York City average one pedestrian accident every 8 to 10 days. While the rate of pedestrian fatalities has been cut in half during the last fifteen years thanks to badly needed traffic light re-engineering throughout New York, these intersections still continue to represent a major threat to pedestrian safety.

  • 34th St. & Seventh Avenue
  • East Fordham Road & Webster Avenue (Bronx)
  • Eastern Parkway & Utica Avenue (Brooklyn)
  • E. 33rd St. & Park Avenue South
  • Sixth Avenue & W. 57th St.
  • Sixth Avenue & W. 14th St.
  • Fifth Avenue & 34th St.
  • Amsterdam Avenue & W. 125th St.
  • Atlantic & Nostrand Avenues
  • Northern Blvd. & Union St.