Sidewalk extension causes confusion for Bronx drivers

A sidewalk that was originally extended to help keep commuters out of the road has now become a hazard for some drivers. The city extended

A sidewalk that was originally extended to help

A sidewalk that was originally extended to help keep commuters out of the road has now become a hazard for some drivers. (February 10, 2016 7:28 AM)

A sidewalk that was originally extended to help keep commuters out of the road has now become a hazard for some drivers. 

The city extended the sidewalk at 1766 Westchester Ave. just under the 6 train entrance about a month ago to help commuters waiting at the MTA bus stop. 

But drivers who are unfamiliar with the area or those who aren't yet used to the new extension have reportedly...

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