BLACK HORSE PIKE TOXIC FOR PEDESTRIANS

A new report lists the Black Horse Pike in Atlantic County as one of the four deadliest roads in New Jersey for pedestrians. The regional safety advocacy group known as the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, named four roads in the state with nine pedestrian fatalities between 2009 and 2011. The other three major highways are located in Burlington and Middlesex Counties. The group, which covers New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, also reports that 18 pedestrians died on the Black Horse Pike between 2005 and 2011.

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