Growth along Route 9 raises risk of p...

Growth along Route 9 raises risk of pedestrian fatalities

There are 2 comments on the Press of Atlantic City story from Nov 15, 2008, titled Growth along Route 9 raises risk of pedestrian fatalities. In it, Press of Atlantic City reports that:

About a third of the way along its 522-mile journey from Laurel, Del., up to the Canadian border, Route 9 passes through southern Ocean County, where it has served as a vital artery for the rapid growth seen ...

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Papa Smurf

Fort Wayne, IN

#1 Nov 16, 2008
With all the heavy truck and car traffic along Route 9 one can see why there are "SO MANY" accidents and people being struck by cars. I DO NOT think Route 9 was designed to handle all this traffic !!
jack bower

Pompano Beach, FL

#2 Nov 23, 2008
watch my show, "24."

No one cares what this trsiler-dwelling HICK from manahawkin has to say - do we?

Hell, no!

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