DOT urges drivers, pedestrians to 'Look'

The Department of Transportation (DOT) is launching a new campaign to get both drivers and pedestrians to look at city roadways. Pavement markings and posters

BROOKLYN - The Department of Transportation (DOT) is launching a new campaign to get both drivers and pedestrians to look at city roadways.

Pavement markings and posters using a new "Look" logo are going up at 110 intersections with a history of crashes, including Avenue D and Utica Avenue.

The goal is to make all city streets safer for everyone.

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