Hackettstown tells pedestrians, drivers to be "street smart"
New Jersey is going the extra mile to make its roads a little more pedestrian friendly.
hackettstown in Warren County is one of five communities that kicked off the state's "Be Street Smart" program Wednesday.
Officials are putting up road-side signs reminding drivers to obey speed limits and to stop for pedestrian in crosswalks.
Pedestrians are reminded to wait for the "walk" signal in the crosswalk.
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