Fewer people died in traffic incidents in the first six months of this year than ever before.
As of June 30, the city recorded 93 traffic fatalities.
That's the first time the death toll has been less than 100 people in a six-month window.
Mayor de Blasio says the city has seen a 24 percent dip in deaths since Vision Zero was launched back in 2014.
This comes despite national trends showing a rise in traffic fatalities.
The Mayor says the city has implemented a string of changes to make streets safer for both drivers and pedestrians.
Traffic fatalities have dropped the most in Queens and Manhattan.