Ardsley accidents initiate push for pedestrian safety measures

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GREENBURGH -

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is calling on the state to make changes at some crosswalks after several accidents in Ardsley.

“People are in a rush, they are late and this area has a lot of congestion,” says Feiner.

The supervisor is urging the state to hire a traffic consultant who would make changes to the state-operated roads. He hopes to see crossing guards, more signage or traffic lights.

“We don't want to wait until there's a fatality and then everyone says ‘let's act now,’” he says.

On Thursday, a woman was hit outside a Starbucks in downtown Ardsley.

 

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