LIVINGSTON, NJ — As part of the Livingston Police Department’s ongoing effort to enhance traffic enforcement on “problem streets” while also educating the public about them, the department has announced the next five streets that the department will concentrate its efforts on.
From Sept. 6 to Sept. 13, there will be an enhanced police presence on Sherbrooke Parkway, Torrance Drive, East/West Drive, W. Cedar Street and Beaufort Avenue.
Until then, police continue to concentrate on Westlawn Road, Belmont Drive, Blackstone Drive, Winchester Road and Roosevelt Terrace.
The department will continue to inform the public about a select few streets that will see additional police presence each week as part of a program that is based around the “Three E’s of Traffic Enforcement”—which includes Enforcement, Education and Engineering.
In addition to enforcing the rules of the road on these streets, the department is also learning which areas of the township need more attention while educating the public about the problem streets. Having an officer stationed on each “problem street” will also help the department better determine where there are engineering issues, such as a need for signage.
The department is also encouraging residents to let them know about streets they feel should be included on the list by calling in suggestions to Traffic Lt. Reese Riley at 973-992-3000 ext. 3200.
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