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.


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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