George Lynch and Rich Hardy of DPW do the honors, above. Below, Hardy paints a new stop line and Nick Piscitelli shows off one of the new lenses for the blinking traffic light. (Click to enlarge)
It’s official: there’s now a four-way stop at Bridge Avenue and Chestnut Street in Red Bank.
Borough public works employees replaced two amber lenses in a four-lens flashing traffic signal, painted new stop lines and unbagged new stop signs at 1:30p today.
Within minutes, we’re told, a motorist had clipped a portable stop sign installed on the center line of Bridge with her vehicle. No details were immediately available.