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OP-ED | Hoboken Shows Vehicular Violence Not Inevitable

The city of Hoboken, New Jersey has had no traffic deaths in the last four years. Here in Connecticut, three pedestrians were killed in West Hartford – a comparably-sized city – last year alone. Add to that the three people killed in a two-car crash on Christmas morning, the truck driver who perished in a seven-vehicle collision on I-84 at the beginning of December, and a motorcyclist left dead back in March after he struck a car at the intersection of Trout Brook Drive and Lawler Road.