Pedestrian crossing signs could make Norwich safer

NORWICH The City of Norwich is attempting to make a safer environment for pedestrians walking along Broad Street and other busy intersections. At a recent meeting of the City of Norwich Common Council, aldermen discussed the possibility of adding additional pedestrian crossing signs to Broad Street.



Ive been approached two or three different times about why there arent more pedestrian signs on the crosswalks, said Fourth Ward Alderman Walt Schermerhorn, referring to the pedestrian crossing sign on Broad Street, in the middle of downtown Norwich.


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