New Jersey’s most dangerous pedestrian road is in Burlington County

    Burlington County’s Route 130 (Burlington Pike) has been named the most dangerous road for pedestrians in the state. A report from Tri-State Transportation Campaign shows most of the fatalities happen around Cinnaminson and Delran.

    The six-lane, 50 mph road saw 10 pedestrian fatalities between 2007 and 2009 — three more than the No. 2 most dangerous road: US-322/40 (Blackhorse Pike/Albany Ave) in Atlantic County.

    Ocean, Monmouth and other counties also had offending roads.


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