- A New Jersey town has offered to be the designated driver for its residents by taking people home from bars on weekends.
- As part of the 30-day pilot program to stem drink driving, the shuttle will reportedly stop at 9 bars around Evesham Township in Burlington County.
- Mayor Randy Brown told the town’s 45,000 residents to have a good time, and that he’ll get them home “for free”.
- Although no drink-driving fatalities have been recorded in 6 years, Police Chief Christopher Chew says police are on track to arrest more than 220 people on driving while intoxicated charges this year.
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