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NJ Transit to Open 2nd Street Bike-Walk Path by End of 2013

November 12, 2013


I was happy to read that NJ Transit announced that the 2nd Street Station bike-path, which Bikas wrote about earlier here, will be open to the public very soon. has an article, dated November 11th 2013, entitled One year late, $4M walkway linking Hoboken and Jersey City nearing completion. It reads in part: The Hudson Bergen Light […]

Jersey City Bike Network Contract at Council This Wednesday Night

November 11, 2013


This wednesday night, November 13th 2013, the City Council of Jersey City will be voting on the city’s contract for implementation of on-street bikeway facilities. The vote is on item  Z1 resolution 13.756 (on page 15 of the council agenda posted here.) The resolution states: Resolution authorizing the award of contract to Statewide Striping for Traffic Striping […]

Jersey City Bike Plan on Google Maps

November 7, 2013


I’ve been looking through Jersey City’s plan for on-street bicycle facilities. The plan was made public in 2012. It serves as the blueprint for ~60-miles of bike lanes and sharrows that Mayor Fulop has pledged to implement by mid-2014, apparently with a few changes. 

When Will the New JC Hoboken NJTransit Bike Path Open?

November 4, 2013


I’ve been wondering about a facility that I walk past now and then. My wife, daughter and I live in Downtown Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood. We walk and bike down Monmouth to get to Hoboken now and then. We end up walking north on Jersey Avenue, and, since at least early 2013, we’ve been […]

New Jersey City Bike Lanes on Fulton and Woodlawn

November 1, 2013


Jersey City’s new Mayor Steven Fulop is making good on the implementation of new bike facilities announced by his predecessor! In December 2012, Jersey City officials announced that the city would implement 54.7 miles of on-street bike facilities, including 35.2 miles of bike lanes and 19.5 miles of sharrowed bike routes. The 2012 press release listed […]