Manhattan Beach residents want to make streets safer

The Manhattan Beach community has created a plan of action in order to put a stop to car accidents at the intersection of Shore Boulevard

BROOKLYN - The Manhattan Beach community has created a plan of action in order to put a stop to car accidents at the intersection of Shore Boulevard and Exeter Street.

Manhattan Beach Community group president, Ira Zalcman, says the curve in the road, along with the prevalence of speeders, is a dangerous combination.

Following a recent deadly hit-and-run accident, Zalcman is calling for the Department of Transportation to make immediate safety improvements. He asks that police enforce the speed limit and place decoy cruisers more heavily. Most of all, he wants the crosswalk and stoplight at Shore and Ocean avenues to be moved up to Exeter Street.

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