Use the interactive map below to see where the most dangerous intersections in NYC are.
"What a waste of delicious beet juice," said absolutely no one when presented with the news that New York will be testing out beet juice as an anti-icing precaution.
It's been tough to ride a bike around the Lower East Side recently: Stanton, Rivington, Suffolk and Norfolk streets were all stripped of their paving, making it rough on riders' bikes and derrieres.
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign released a report today of the most dangerous pedestrian roads in the area. You may be surprised, that Queens Boulevard is relatively safe.
Flood warnings are in effect around the tri-state area today as a heavy, hard rain keeps a-fallin'. Suffice to say, it is supremely gross outside—and particularly dangerous if you need to drive anywhere.
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