The Most Dangerous Intersections Located in New York City

According to the City’s publicly available data, there are certain intersections located throughout Manhattan and beyond that are statistically more dangerous than others. While auto accidents and pedestrian accidents can happen anywhere and at any time, it is worth being aware of intersections that are particularly dangerous and using extra caution when in these areas.

Below are listed the most dangerous intersections throughout New York City along with the approximate number of collisions that take place at these intersections each year.

  • First Avenue and East 96th Street, Manhattan

Approximately 100 accidents per year

 

  • Houston Street and The Bowery, Manhattan

Approximately 100 Accidents per year

 

  • Seventh Avenue and West 42nd Street, Manhattan

Approximately 100 collisions per year

 

  • Alexander Avenue and East 138th Street, Bronx NY

About 100 crashes per year

 

  • East 36th Street and Second Avenue in Manhattan

Approximately 100 Accidents annually

 

  • Southern Boulevard and East Fordham Road, Bronx NY

About 100 crashes per year

 

  • Flatbush Avenue and Tillary Street, Brooklyn NY

About 180 accidents per year

 

  • Kenmare Street and the Bowery, Manhattan

Approximately 115 collisions a year

 

  • Pennsylvania Avenue and Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn

About 130 accidents per year

 

  • 8th Avenue and 42nd Street, Manhattan

Approximately 140 crashes per year

 

  • Linden Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue, Queens

135 accidents per year

 

  • East 59th Street and Second Avenue, Manhattan

About 150 collisions per year

 

  • Long Island Expressway and Queens Blvd., Queens

110 crashes per year

 

  • 11th Avenue and West 40th Street, Manhattan

Approximately 100 accidents annually

 

  • 3rd Avenue and 57th Street, Manhattan

110 accidents per year

 

  • 7th Avenue and 34th Street, Manhattan

About 110 collisions per year

 

  • 9th Avenue and 42nd Street, Manhattan

Approximately 110 accidents annually

 

  • East 59th Street and 3rd Avenue, Manhattan

About 95 crashes per year

 

  • Seaview Avenue and Erskine Street, Brooklyn

Approximately 95 accidents annually

 

  • Empire Blvd. and Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn NY

About 90 collisions per year

 

  • 8th Avenue and West 34th Street, NYC

Approximately 90 accidents per year

 

  • 2nd Avenue and 125th Street, Manhattan

About 90 crashes annually

 

  • 6th Avenue and West 42nd Street, Manhattan

About 90 collisions per year

 

  • Conduit Blvd. and Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn

Approx. 95 crashes a year

 

  • Second Avenue and 34th Street, Manhattan

About 90 accidents annually

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