BROOKLYN - The Department of Transportation (DOT) is making navigation easier for pedestrians across the city.
The DOT will be installing about 100 maps customized to particular neighborhoods. At around $1,500 each, the maps will highlight subway schedules and local points of interest.
In Brooklyn, signs will be placed in Prospect Heights, Prospect Park and Crown Heights over the summer.
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Officials with the DOT say more than 30 percent of all travel in the city is done by foot.