Sunday, June 13, 2010

Mayor Zimmer Kicks-off of Major Traffic Study for Southwest Hoboken. Is this the pre-cursor to putting in the SW Park?

Traffic and congestion in Southwest Hoboken have been growing and unaddressed problems for many years, but now something is being done about it. A Sub-Regional Transportation Study was commissioned by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) to provide recommendations for resolving long-standing traffic concerns. Funding for this major study – over $200,000 - was acquired through the efforts of Mayor Dawn Zimmer while she was a 4th Ward councilwoman, in collaboration with Jersey City and Hudson County.
“I’m glad that we are making real progress towards resolving the traffic and congestion issues in Southwest Hoboken,” said Mayor Zimmer. “I urge the community to come out and be a part of this process.”

On Wednesday, June 23 between 4 and 8pm at the Multi-Service Center, Hoboken will be hosting a very important “Open House” public meeting to solicit community input regarding congestion and transportation issues in Southwest Hoboken. The community — residents and business owners alike — are encouraged to attend any time between 4 pm and 8 pm to share their ideas and concerns regarding traffic, congestion, pedestrian safety, and transit access in this critical corner of the city.

Event details:
Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 4pm-8pm
Hoboken Multi-Service Center
124 Grand Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030-2510

Provided by Donna Antonucci
Prudential Castle Point Realty

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