Study: Bronx sidewalks getting more crowded

A newly published report has found that Bronx sidewalks are growing more and more crowded. According to the New York Times, an average of 80,000

THE BRONX - A newly published report has found that Bronx sidewalks are growing more and more crowded.

According to the New York Times, an average of 80,000 people walk the streets of East Fordham Road in the borough. The study cites a steady growth of pedestrian volume.

The Times says that the Department of Transportation has been widening sidewalks wherever possible.

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