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6/14/2011 - Two Intersections Will Become 4-Way Stop

Electronic message boards are in place at an intersection in Bridgeton, and another in Roadstown alerting drivers of an important new safety measure about to go into effect.
Beginning Tuesday, June 14th, the intersection of Fayette (CR 650) and Vine Streets (CR 697) in Bridgeton and the intersection of Roadstown Road (CR 626) and Shiloh Road/Roadstown-Greenwich Road (CR 620) in Roadstown will become multi-way (or four-way) stops
Beginning Tuesday, June 14th, the intersection of Fayette (CR 650) and Vine Streets (CR 697) in Bridgeton and the intersection of Roadstown Road (CR 626) and Shiloh Road/Roadstown-Greenwich Road (CR 620) in Roadstown will become multi-way (or four-way) stops.

These safety measures are the result of ordinances passed last month by the Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

These have been two challenging intersections for drivers,” said Freeholder Sam Fiocchi, chairman of the Department of Public Works. “We believe converting them into multi-way stops will make them safer and give drivers a greater level of confidence when approaching them.”