Tonight at 10: How the choice to remove street lights from a Janesville intersection led to a dramatic rise in crashes

JANESVILLE, Wis. – Janesville residents are asking city leaders to consider making changes to an intersection near downtown following an increase of crashes.

Prior to 2018, the one-way street had lights at the corner of Jackson and Court street. The lights were replaced with a two-way stop following the street’s conversion to two-way traffic in 2018.

Tonight on News 3 Now at 10, Rock County Reporter Adam Duxter shares the story of one woman who was sent to the hospital after a crash this fall.

 

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