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  1. Not only daylighting, we need protected intersection designs with pedestrian refuge islands. Being able to safely cross a street and focus only on one direction at a time doubles the amount of time everyone will have to notice oncoming traffic, greatly improving safety.

  2. Daylighting would also make those intersections safer for drivers and cyclists. On most of the Avenues, turning right onto Lincoln is risky because you don’t know how much time you have to get up to speed until it’s too late.