LEONIA, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — There’s an update on a traffic battle in Leonia.

A judge has overturned three ordinances designed to keep non-residents from using local streets during morning and evening rush hours.

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Leonia is just a few miles from the George Washington Bridge, and commuters often use local streets as shortcuts to avoid heavy traffic.

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The ordinances were first put in place in 2018.

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