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Newark Street Safety Improvements

Project Overview

The Newark Street project will propose safety improvements to Newark Street between Willow Avenue and Jefferson Street. Challenges along the corridor include the roadway geometry with poor sight lines, wide pedestrian crossings, and high speed turns, frequent illegal parking on sidewalks by buses and trucks, limited pedestrian crossings, lack of bike facilities, and limited permeable surface.

Community Meeting

A project workshop to discuss the Newark Street project was held on Thursday, February 16 at 7:00pm at the Multi Service Center, located at 124 Grand Street. Click here to view the workshop presentation with an overview of the project.

Project Documents

Existing Conditions

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Concept Plan

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Feedback

We want to hear your feedback. Email newarkstreet@hobokennj.gov to give us your thoughts on the proposed concept plan.

Newark Street Safety Improvements

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Newark Street Safety Improvements

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Project Overview

The Newark Street project will propose safety improvements to Newark Street between Willow Avenue and Jefferson Street. Challenges along the corridor include the roadway geometry with poor sight lines, wide pedestrian crossings, and high speed turns, frequent illegal parking on sidewalks by buses and trucks, limited pedestrian crossings, lack of bike facilities, and limited permeable surface.

Community Meeting

A project workshop to discuss the Newark Street project was held on Thursday, February 16 at 7:00pm at the Multi Service Center, located at 124 Grand Street. Click here to view the workshop presentation with an overview of the project.

Project Documents

Existing Conditions

West

NewarkStExistingConditions-West

East

NewarkStExistingConditions-East

Concept Plan

West

NewarkStConceptPlan-West

East

NewarkStConceptPlan-East

Feedback

We want to hear your feedback. Email newarkstreet@hobokennj.gov to give us your thoughts on the proposed concept plan.

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