New traffic pattern in New Brunswick aims to improve pedestrian safety after 3 children struck by car

The city of New Brunswick is warning drivers

The city of New Brunswick is warning drivers to expect delays as Livingston Avenue is squeezed from four lanes to two as part of a plan to improve safety. (May 13, 2014 11:14 PM)

The city of New Brunswick is warning drivers to expect delays as Livingston Avenue is squeezed from four lanes to two as part of a plan to improve safety.

Livingston Avenue will be affected between Delavan and Baldwin streets and between Loretto and Elizabeth streets.

The New Brunswick fire director hit three children trying to cross the road at Delavan Street and Livingston Avenue last...

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