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MANHATTAN (PIX11)– Advocates for traffic safety honored cyclists and pedestrians killed on city streets.

The group– Right of Way– is commemorating the sports where people have died in this way. They also call for a strong commitment from the city to enforce vision zero laws.

Right of Way was behind the push to reduce the speed limit in residential areas 20 miles per hour.

City dad shows that last year, nearly 300 people died in traffic accidents.

That’s close to the number of people who were victims of homicide.