Baychester Ave. residents urging slowdown

Residents along Baychester Avenue are calling for an end to aggressive driving in their community.Neighbors say multiple vehicles were involved in a weekend accident at

THE BRONX - Residents along Baychester Avenue are calling for an end to aggressive driving in their community.

Neighbors say multiple vehicles were involved in a weekend accident at the same spot where a woman was fatally struck in 2009. They want the city to do more to regulate traffic and speeding drivers in the area.

City Councilman Larry Seabrook (D-The Bronx) says that he is working with the Department of Transportation to investigate the possible installation of speed bumps and red light cameras to curb speeding.

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