There's no question that are a hot topic throughout New Jersey; Woodbridge is no exception.
The red light camera outpost on Route 1 and Avenel Street was the only one of the four in the township that was when the NJ Department of Transportation (NJDOT) instituted a reworking of the timing system on affected signal lights throughout the state.
Some drivers, though, they think that the shrouding of pedestrian signal lights at the Avenel Street intersection is because the powers-that-be are so upset by the loss of revenue that they don't want drivers to be warned that the light is about to change - even if that means putting pedestrians at risk.
Other officials say it's a bunch of hooey, although no one knows why the pedestrian crossing signals are covered up.
What do you think? Is it just a routine thing, or is there something more sinister in the works? And while we're talking about it, do you have more confidence in the state's red light camera program since they retooled some of the yellow signal lights throughout the state?
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