POHATCONG TWP., N.J. - A new crosswalk has popped up in Pohatcong Township, New Jersey but township officials say they didn't put it there.
Apparently someone painted the crosswalk on River Road sometime last week.
It's located near train tracks that are used for seasonal railroad excursions throughout the fall.
Township officials believe someone affiliated with the railroad company may have painted the crosswalk with good intentions in mind.
"The idea is a good idea, it's for safety, which is the most important thing. And now that it was brought to our attention we have to act, because ultimately the township is liable for this type of situation," said Mayor James Kern .
The mayor says the township will work with the rogue crosswalk-painter to make sure the project follows proper protocol.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie is set to unveil his final budget as governor.Read More »
- Flemington man sentenced for child pornography
- Cell phone store robbed at gunpoint
- N.J. Rep. Leonard Lance holds second town hall meeting
- Union Township woman accused of stealing from Parent Teacher Association
- Christie on the radio? He says he'll consider his options
- Rep. Leonard Lance Town Hall gets loud
- Updated Hazmat situation reported in Northampton County
- Judge rules Bill Cosby case to be decided by outside jury
- Updated Work to repair extensive storm damage in Berks continues
- Updated Warming trend starting this afternoon, but a few showers return tomorrow
- Albert Boscov remembered during memorial service
- Updated Police, coroner probing death of 18-month-old girl
- Updated Pennsylvania's 2018 US Senate race gets going with GOP entry
- Police allegedly find illegal guns after complaint about loose dog
- Berks coroner seeks next of kin for Muhlenberg man
- Gov. Christie set to unveil his final New Jersey budget