One family's struggle to obtain evidence in the death of their son raises a number of questions.
Twenty-three percent of the city's 2013 car-related fatalities occurred in just 5 percent of its neighborhoods.
Officials hope it'll make streets safer. But pedestrians are often the victim of careless, speeding drivers.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to eliminate pedestrian deaths.
States with the toughest driving laws see far fewer traffic fatalities.
In ways that aren't always obvious.
A New York City police officer struck and killed a pedestrian in Brooklyn last weekend. Will there be charges?
The NYPD is replacing the term "accident" with the word "collision," a change that underscores a new approach to bike and pedestrian fatalities.
New research suggests people drive more after transit is targeted, even though the choice actually elevates their safety risk.
City officials think so, and they've launched a low-tech campaign to get people to pay attention.
That's the number of U.S. traffic deaths in the first three months of this year, up 13.5 percent from the first quarter of last year.
Low-income neighborhoods often lack even the most basic pedestrian infrastructure.
Think the battle between drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians is ugly now? Wait until engineers start designing intersections for computers instead of people.
There's outrage in New York City over how many drivers get away with killing people every year. Here's one idea to help save lives.
A new interactive map shows where drivers, bikers and pedestrians were killed
Researchers link a drop in beer consumption, and resulting drunk driving, with the availability of medical pot