Broadway will be a car-free thoroughfare in Manhattan

Parts of Broadway, the largest thoroughfare in Manhattan, will soon be car-free after six people were injured in an incident last week.

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More pedestrian zones on Broadway.

According to Mayor Eric Adams, most vehicular traffic will be blocked between West 29th and 27th Streets from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

It is worth mentioning the accident last Monday, in which a taxi ran over a cyclist, dragging him several meters before getting on the sidewalk and crashing into a building.

The Mayor promised to redesign a thousand intersections and increase traffic enforcement throughout the city.

The changes along Broadway will go into effect at the end of the month.

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