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Study: Lack of infrastructure investment puts bicyclists at risk

New York City is the second most dangerous city in the U.S. for bicyclists, according to a recent study, and the most dangerous cities have a fatality rate six times higher than the safest. That fatality rate appears to be closely tied to lack of infrastructure investment.

As construction projects increase, risks from mobile cranes rise

America's construction injury is booming. The rate of construction in the U.S. is at an all-time high. That's great news for people in the industry, but it's important to remember that more projects also means more injuries, even if every project were run with safety as a top priority. All kinds of accidents increase when construction projects do.

Construction worker suffers fatal fall down elevator shaft

According to authorities, a 22-year-old construction worker died last Friday after falling down an elevator shaft at a Manhattan construction site -- making it the most recent construction fatality in a long string of incidents stretching back over the last few years.

Study: Traffic deaths down slightly in 2017, still up over 2015

The National Safety Council, a nonprofit that has tracked traffic injury and fatality trends for nearly 100 years, has released its preliminary numbers for the first half of 2017. There's good news and there's bad news.

Outstanding NYC warrant for a minor offense? It may be dismissed

In a bid to reduce the number of people who pass through city jails and criminal courts on minor charges, the district attorneys of Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan have moved to dismiss 644,494 warrants. These warrants were issued over the past 10 years for minor crimes such as public drinking or riding a bicycle on the sidewalk.

Study: Older people are working longer, fatal injuries are rising

A 2013 Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll asked older American workers -- those between about 55 and 70 -- about their job duties. A full 44 percent reported that their jobs required physical effort either "most of the time" or "almost all of the time." And yes, 36 percent reported that they have a harder time completing those physical duties than they used to.

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