Poll: What Roads Are Too Dangerous For Walkers?
Let us know what roads you would never cross on foot.
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign (TSTC) recenty determined that Route 22 is the most dangerous road in Somerset County for pedestrians based on the number of deaths over a three-year span—but that's not the only place to watch out.
A total of four pedestrian deaths were reported on Route 22 between 2009 and 2011, in addition to others on Weston Canal Road and Route 619.
And these figures, of course, don't include motor vehicle fatalities—that have nothing to do with pedestrians—including the death of a Bound Brook resident on Route 22 in Bridgewater Thursday.
But there are other roads throughout Somerset County while, not as dangerous, still pose some kind of threat when trying to cross.
So we want to know what roads you consider too dangerous to cross on foot.
Take our poll and let us know what you think of some of our choices, then tell us in the comments what roads you feel are particularly dangerous for pedestrians.