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Jersey City Bicycling Wrap-Up

February 12, 2014


In just a couple days, I am moving to Los Angeles to write for L.A. Streetsblog. I don’t expect to be posting much here at Bikas… but you can read my stuff at L.A. Streetsblog. I have a few last things to post about Jersey City. JC has been a great place to live, and […]

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 […]

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 […]

Car Free Trip from Jersey City to Tarrytown

October 25, 2012


(Note: Bikas organizer-in-chief Joe Linton is moving to Jersey City, New Jersey, in January 2013. I am here now through mid-November. For the foreseeable future, I will be blogging NJ/NYC bike stuff here at Bikas blog.) Last weekend, my fiance and I took a two-day weekend trip to Tarrytown, NY – about 30 miles north […]

San Francisco Bike Facilities: Revisiting the Wiggle

July 10, 2012


Oh Boy! The third installment in Bikas’ vacationary tales of the city… of San Francisco. See also: the welcome greening of the conflict areas and the mysterious parking-protected JFK bikeway. Today, we re-visit San Francisco’s “The Wiggle” – arguably the most popular bike route in the know universe. The Wiggle is a very flat bike […]