Pedestrians walking into bicycle danger zones in Central Park

The most dangerous section in Central Park for pedestrians is a half-mile stretch of West Drive where 15 people were hit by bikes last year, according to a new city…

The most dangerous section in Central Park for pedestrians is a half-mile stretch of West Drive where 15 people were hit by bikes last year, according to a new city…

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