The primary goal of this project is to identify recommendations to improve the connectivity of the street network between Jersey City and Hoboken within the study area for all modes of travel while working within the existing constraints of a limited transportation network.
The project team, composed of Eng-Wong, Taub & Associates, Howard/Stein-Hudson, Stump Hausman Partnership, and AKRF, was retained by Hudson County to prepare the Jersey City/Hoboken Connectivity Study. The study was funded through the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority’s Subregional Studies Program with financing by the Federal Transit Administration and the Federal Highway Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
- A connector road from Cole Street to Paterson Ave.
- Grove St., Marin Blvd. and portions of Observer Highway/Newark Ave becoming one-way roads.
- Elimination of parking on Vezzetti Way.
- Bike Lanes