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Boy, 6, drives toy car onto Bronx River Parkway

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -- A 6-year-old boy drove his battery-powered toy car onto a suburban parkway before grown-up motorists rescued him, police said Monday.

Westchester County police spokesman Kieran O'Leary said three drivers formed a slow-moving shield around the boy on the Bronx River Parkway, then one pulled over and ran to grab the boy and his little vehicle and move them onto the shoulder.

"A couple of

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Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon (R) and Brick Mayor John Ducey (D) announce that Brick is shutting down its red light cameras
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon (R) and Brick Mayor John Ducey (D) announce that Brick is shutting down its red light cameras (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Brick Pulling the Plug on Red-Light Cameras

Brick Mayor John Ducey announced today that his town is ending its red-light camera program,

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Garden State Parkway at exit 129 (Rout 440/I-287)
Garden State Parkway at exit 129 (Rout 440/I-287) (NJ DOT)
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Do New Jersey’s Highway Safety Laws Stack Up? [AUDIO]

When it comes to highway safety, New Jersey made some important strides in the past year in many areas, but there is still work to do.

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Apply the brakes...and put down the cell phone! (Craig Allen photo)
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A Neigborhood Says Slow Down [PHOTOS]

A Hopewell (Mercer County) neighborhood is asking you, politely, to slow down...to give them a "brake."

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traffic sign
Route 206, Montgomery Twp., Somerset County. (Craig Allen photo)
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Slow Down Save A Life [PHOTOS]

The electronic, roadside sign says it all.

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Flickr User BestofNJ.com
Flickr User BestofNJ.com
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Governor Christie Announces Traffic Safety Grants for FY 2012 [AUDIO]

Violators of the state's Safe Corridors can take comfort in knowing that their fine money is going to a good cause. Governor Chris Christie recently announced that $3 million of it will fund traffic safety programs through out the state.

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drive safely sign
This is true in EVERY town. (Craig Allen photo)
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Drive With Care New Jersey [PHOTOS]

Insert the name of YOUR town in this sign!

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click it banner
You might want to follow the banner's advice. (Craig Allen photo)
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Don’t Spoil Your 4th Of July FUN

Its "Independence Day!" The 4th of July! Take care, and enjoy your day!

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Traffic Light
Flickr user: thisreidwrites
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Red Light Cameras Are Not For Safety

If you think red light cameras are about public safety, consider the latest numbers coming out of Jersey City. At just one intersection, Kennedy Boulevard and Communipaw Avenue, red light cameras generated $1,700,000

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Flickr User Dylan Cantwell
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Buckle Up Say NJ’s Two US Senators

The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has awarded almost $350,000 to the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety to implement and enforce seatbelt and child seat safety programs. U.S. Senators Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) say the funding will be distributed to programs designed to reduce highway deaths and injuries from riding unrestrained or improperly restrained in motor vehicles.

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