List of Neighborhood Slow Zones

1st Ave and East 12th Street slow zone

The Neighborhood Slow Zone program is a community-based initiative that, through a competitive application process, reduces the speed limit from 25 mph to 20 mph and adds safety measures within a select neighborhood area. The ultimate goal of the Neighborhood Slow Zone program is to lower the incidence and severity of crashes. Slow Zones also seek to enhance quality of life by reducing cut-through traffic and traffic noise in residential neighborhoods. Learn more about Neighborhood Slow Zones

the Bronx

(presented to Bronx CB 7 in March 2014)

(presented to Bronx CB 12 in December 2012)

(presented to Bronx CB 11 in October 2012)

(presented to Bronx CB 4 in July 2012)

(presented to Bronx CB 8 in October 2012)

(presented to Bronx CB 3 in May 2011)

Brooklyn

(presented to Brooklyn CB 2 in October 2012)

Manhattan

(presented to Manhattan CB 3 in June 2014)

(presented to Manhattan CB 12 in June 2012)

Queens

(presented to Queens CB 3 in May 2014)

(presented to Queens CB 11 in February 2013)

(presented to Queens CB 4 in January 2013)

(presented to Queens CB 4 in June 2012)

(presented to Queens CB 3 in October 2012)

Staten Island

(presented to Staten Island CB 1 in February 2013)

(presented to Staten Island CB 2 in September 2012)

(presented to Staten Island CB 1 in June 2012)