March 18, 2022 | patch.com
With more people per square mile than any other state in the United States and sitting in the heart of the Northeast transit corridor, it's not surprising that New Jersey has its share of dangerous roads.
But which of those roads are the most deadly? Money Geek analyzed data on 1,640 fatal crashes from 2017 through 2019 from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and broke down the roads with the most fatal crashes during those years.
NJ SEED:It’s not the roads that are deadly, it’s the drivers. With the coming availability of legalized recreational marijuana the instances of vehicular crashes and motorist injuries will very likely increase.