Police in Fort Lee, N.J., have set up officers as decoys, at sites where motorists have been failing chronically to stop for pedestrians in the crosswalk.
Next time you’re driving past a crosswalk, make sure you come to a full stop or else it could come with a hefty price tag.
A New Jersey town has decided to fly the flag to stop car-into-pedestrian accidents, placing flags at dangerous crosswalks for walkers to use.
Some Upper East Side residents on Monday complained about plans to increase the number of audible crosswalk signals for the blind, calling the signals “noise pollution.”
Drivers and pedestrians beware. Yonkers is targeting both jaywalkers and motorists who fail to yield to them.
The accident occurred in Smithtown on a stretch of roadway that has been the site of several recent pedestrian accidents.
Crosswalks can be a dangerous place. Recently, a van struck and killed a 60-year-old woman.
A new state law requiring motorists to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks – not just yield to them – is resulting in more tickets and warnings.