N.J. bill would roll back strict pedestrian safety rules for drivers

TRENTON — A group of lawmakers wants to curb pedestrian deaths in New Jersey by rolling back an older pedestrian safety law and restricting where those on foot can cross the street. Dubbed the “Driver and Pedestrian Mutual Responsibility Act,” the bill, introduced by a trio of South Jersey lawmakers, would strictly limit pedestrians to crossing…




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