RAHWAY, NJ - The Rahway City Council unanimously introduced an ordinance that will make the intersection of West Lake Avenue and Madison Avenue a 4-way stop at its regular meeting held Monday night.
The public hearing on the measure is scehduled for June 11.
The introduction of the ordinance comes after a woman was struck and killed by a vehicle while crossing West Lake Avenue around 7 p.m. on April 26.
Rahway Police Chief John Rodger explained that the plan is to install solar-powered flashing stop signs at the intersection. The estimated cost of the flashing stop signs is $18,000.