The City's Worst Intersections
December 4th, 2007

Need a catalogue of bicycle or pedestrian accidents in your neighborhood? Well, transportation advocacy group Transportation Alternatives just revamped their Crashstat 2.0 – an interactive index of the most accident-riddled intersections in all five boroughs. The site was originally launched in 2004.

Using statistics from the Department of Motor Vehicles, the map details both pedestrian and bicycle accidents intersection by intersection, borough by borough or community district by community district.

Users can search data from 1995 through 2005.

(Here is a list of the top ten for each borough.)

The site argues it can be a resource for bicyclists and advocates lobbying for safer streets. We’ll see if these maps end up at City Council hearings.

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