New York's Scariest Streets for Pedestrians

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A memorial painted on a street in Queens where a pedestrian was killed

A new report finds that Broadway in Manhattan is New York City's deadliest street for pedestrians.

The Tri-State Transportation Campaign looked at pedestrian deaths between 2010 and 2012. Of the 420 pedestrian deaths in the city, nine people were killed on Broadway.

The report also found:

  • Manhattan had 89 pedestrian deaths borough-wide. Second Avenue was the second-deadliest street, with seven fatalities.
  • The Bronx had 72 pedestrian deaths, with the deadliest roadways Fordham Road, East Gun Hill Road, White Plains Road and Grand Concourse.
  • Brooklyn had 123, with the most on Flatbush Avenue.
  • Queens had 115, with the most on Woodhaven Blvd.
  • 21 people were hit and killed on Staten Island.
  • Nassau and Suffolk Counties had 88 and 122 pedestrian deaths, respectively.

The deadliest road in the tri-state area was Jericho Turnpike in Suffolk County, with 16 fatalities in three years.