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A new city rule that went into effect this week requires vehicles and bikers to yield to pedestrians even if there is no stoplight or stop sign.
Deaths from motorcycle crashes are up more than 17% compared to the same period in 2019, according to the state.
"We’re reviewing and strengthening our rider accountability and safety measures and communicating with city officials, and we look forward to serving you again in the near future."
The driver of a 2019 Cadillac SUV backed over the 72-year-old woman as she was biking.
Pedestrian and cyclist deaths increased in 2019.
The fatal crashes occurred in Hell's Kitchen, Sunset Park, SoHo, Gowanus, and Flushing.
'Cuomo got a bridge named after his father, he got a train, but he failed to pass the speed camera program.'
It's so Albany that NYC can't even control its own speed cameras.
The collision happened just before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, as the cyclist was heading northbound on 21st Street, approaching 46th Avenue.
"Every driver needs to learn about the limited visibility of this season and the dangers of fast turns."
Victoria Nicodemus was killed in December by a driver who struck her while she was driving on the sidewalk.
Some lawmakers are concerned that the technology could be hazardous in NYC.
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