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Route 130 May Be Safer

Known for years as the most dangerous road in New Jersey, Route 130 in Burlington County appears to have become a safer place for drivers and pedestrians.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
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Pedestrian Safety Pilot Program Launched in NJ [VIDEO/AUDIO]

In an effort to lower New Jersey's 14th-place ranking in nationwide pedestrian fatalities, the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority has kicked off its new "Street Smart" pilot program, designed to raise public awareness about how to stay safe on the state's roads.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
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Pedestrian Killed by Truck in Stow Creek Township

Police say a pedestrian has been struck and killed by a pickup truck in New Jersey.

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Crossing the Street is Deadly in NJ

By Jeff Deminski

After all the public awareness campaigns and changes to law, pedestrian deaths in the Garden State are actually slightly higher than the year before.  A report from the Tri-State Transportation Campaign found 440 pedestrians died on Jersey roads from 2009 to 2011, up from 436 killed from 2008 to 2010.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
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Where Are NJ’s Most Dangerous Roads? [AUDIO]

There's been a slight increase in the number of pedestrians killed on roads in New Jersey.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
Flickr User Dave in the triad
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Report: NJ Saw Fewer Deaths On Roadways In 2012

State Police statistics show fewer people died on New Jersey's roadways in 2012 than in 2011, but there was a slight increase in pedestrian deaths.

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Kids Walking to School
Flickr User Elizabeth/Table4Five
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Child Pedestrian Deaths Spike During After-School Hours

The summer is drawing to a close and school children across New Jersey and the rest of the nation are heading back to the classroom. Every year at this time, more and more children are on the roads and sidewalks either walking or biking to school.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
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NJ’s Older Pedestrians Getting Killed At High Rate [AUDIO]

Pedestrian fatality rates have been dropping in New Jersey, but a new analysis reveals the Garden State's older pedestrian fatality rates are higher than the national average.

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Flickr User Dougtone
Flickr User Dougtone
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Route 130: New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Road For Pedestrians [AUDIO]

More than 400 pedestrians were killed on New Jersey's roadways over the last three years. A new report by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign identifies the most dangerous roads throughout the state.

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Flickr User, Ed Yourdon
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Ipod Generation Getting Hit By More Cars, Trains

More pedestrians are being hit by cars and trains while listening to music on their iPods, a national study shows.

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