If you have an emergency, the call boxes on the Atlantic City Expressway probably aren’t the way to go. The South Jersey Transportation Authority announced that it is removing the boxes because of the obsolete technology. A press release says the boxes gives the impression that there is a phone when there isn’t. New signs will be put up saying 9-1-1 is the number to call in an emergency. The boxes instead provide a signal to police, but no voice communication is used. A study conducted by the SJTA shows that call box alarms are typically accompanied by a cell phone call regarding the same incident, creating confusion and potentially redundant effort.