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Pedestrians vs Motorists – Who is More at Fault? [POLL]

Just this past weekend in Toms River, a pedestrian received a ticket after being hit by a car while not crossing not in the crosswalk.

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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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Jaywalker Gets a Ticket After Being Hit By Car

The chicken crossed the road to get to the other side, but no one's sure why Daniel Shi did.

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Officials Push Plan To Safeguard NJ Pedestrians [AUDIO]

The pedestrian fatality rate in New Jersey continues to rise, and officials have taken notice.

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State Officials Act To Keep New Jersey Pedestrians Safe [AUDIO]

Last year in the Garden State, 163 people were struck and killed by vehicles on our roadways.

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Route 130 to Get More Police Patrols

As part of a plan to make South Jersey more pedestrian-friendly, state officials have launched “Operation 130 Safe Passage” along a 22 ½ mile stretch of Route 130 in Burlington County.

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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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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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Older Pedestrians at Greatest Risk of Being Struck

A group that studies transportation issues in New Jersey, southern New York and Connecticut finds the risk of being killed while walking rises with age.  The Tri-State Campaign says older pedestrians are more than twice as likely to be killed by cars or trucks than those under age 60.

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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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