Though rarely reported, you're certain that for every excessively bumpy cab ride there's an excessively flattened pedestrian writhing in the street. Revealing the truth: Crashstat 2.0 (beta).
Massively updated after a lengthy hiatus, Stat's a GMap that aggregates the horror of car-on-man and car-on-bicyclist violence. The grisly data's filterable by year, type of accident, most dangerous intersections per borough, and crash proximity to schools -- in case you have kids, or just hang around schools. Incidents are marked with blue dots (injured on foot), red dots (injured on bike), gray man-shapes (dead people), and gray bicycle-shapes (dead cyclists); click any to see that location's crash history, thereby revealing trends that'll scare you out of crossing 76th and 3rd anytime during 1996.