$1 million to be spent on 5 Brooklyn intersections to make streets safer for pedestrians

Five intersections in Brooklyn will be redesigned in an effort to make streets safer. A total of $1 million in funding will be used for

A total of $1 million in funding will be used for curb extensions, also known as

A total of $1 million in funding will be used for curb extensions, also known as "bulbouts" or "neck downs," so cars can't turn corners as quickly. (9/19/15)

SHEEPSHEAD BAY - Five intersections in Brooklyn will be redesigned in an effort to make streets safer.

A total of $1 million in funding will be used for curb extensions, also known as "bulbouts" or "neck downs," so cars can't turn corners as quickly.

The intersection of Nostrand Avenue and Avenue Z is included among those that will receive the renovations.

Last month, 52-year-old Carol Carboni died at the intersection when she was hit by a car while crossing the road in a mobile scooter.

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Intersection safety redesign

The following five intersections will receive $1 million in funding, to be split evenly, for safety improvements for pedestrians:

Nostrand Avenue and Avenue Z

Utica Avenue and Church Avenue

Utica Avenue and Winthrop Street

New Utrecht Ave and 12th Avenue at 50th Street

Flatbush Avenue and Washington Avenue

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