Slow zone to be implemented along Grand Concourse as part of Mayor de Blasio's Vision Zero intitiative

Residents say they are on board with these

Residents say they are on board with these changes if they mean safer streets.

City officials say they are working with the NYPD to make a busy Bronx neighborhood safer for pedestrians and drivers.

Officials said at a news conference today that a slow zone will span all 5.2 miles of the Grand Concourse. Traffic signals will be timed to match the speed limit, which has been lowered from 30 mph to 25 mph.

The NYPD says it is going to be a lot stricter with enforcing...

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