Last week the Tri-State Transportation Campaign released its analysis of federal traffic fatality data with a fact sheet and a map that outlined when and where pedestrians were killed in Brooklyn. In total, 139 pedestrians died in the borough from 2008 to 2010.
's status as the third-most dangerous thoroughfare for crossing pedestrians has sparked many passionate responses from readers. But streets in Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill have also been the site of accidents and near-misses over the past year, such as , , , among others.
Which streets and intersections do you think deserve the city's attention? Tell us in the comments section below.