Princeton, NJ - In light of the October 10th pedestrian tragedy at the intersection of Nassau and Witherspoon streets, Princeton is enhancing its safety measures at the location. Specifically, the town seeks to install “all pedestrian scramble signals” at that intersection. Just this past Monday, the council passed a resolution making the request. This new feature would stop all motor vehicle traffic with a red light and give all pedestrians a green light, eliminating the confusing and sometimes fatal “dangerous conflict situation” - when cars are permitted to turn left at the same time pedestrians have the walk signal. Sadly, the safety measure has been requested multiple times before, and is only now coming to the town, after the passing of Leslie Goodrich Rubin, the 62-yr-old killed on October 10th.