Princeton Borough holds public meeting about state’s plan for traffic

    You know a story is about New Jersey when the headline mentions a jughandle.

    Known for (and sometimes mocked for) in the Delaware Valley its use of the no-left turn policy, New Jersey has a plan to test the need for one by temporarily stopping left turns and U-turns on Route 1 North near Princeton.

    The idea is to ease congestion on Route 1, but as Princeton Patch reports, borough residents are going to need some convincing.

     

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    NJDOT’s plan will be discussed at a public meeting tonight to gauge reaction on the eight-week pilot program.

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