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.


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

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