According to the DOT, an average of 46 pedestrians were killed annually between 2011 and 2013. Investigators identified 49 "Priority" Corridors prone to incidents of pedestrian death or serious injury, along with 91 "Priority Intersections" and 18 square miles of area that have seen significant pedestrian fatalities. Problematic corridors include Eastern Parkway between Grand Army Plaza and Ralph Avenue; Flushing Avenue between North Elliot Place and Onderdonk Avenue, and Fulton Street between Adams Street and Broadway.
Dangerous intersections like Myrtle Avenue, Broadway, and Jefferson Street; Atlantic Avenue and Court Street, and Utica Avenue and Eastern Parkway were also called out. The DOT plans to expand and add pedestrian crossing time at Priority Corridors and Intersections, focus on off-peak speeding, install lighting under elevated train tracks and enforce speed camera use at identified corridors, areas, and intersections.
The DOT will also expand Brooklyn's bicycle network, which hopefully means more bike lanes, better signage and fair traffic enforcement. And the department will coordinate with the MTA to keep bus drivers from striking pedestrians, a recurring issue in the borough.
You can check out the whole plan here [pdf].