Traffic

开放式问题: 128 已解决的问题: 730 已确认的问题: 529
  • 184 Morgan St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown

    Traffic on Columbus and Marin is a headache and a hazard during rush hour and now with all the construction on Marin its becoming a nightmare.

    Have you thought about
    1. directing cars coming onto Morgan street between Marin and Newark to Newark Avenue
    2. directing cars coming onto Morgan street between Marin and Warren to Warren Street.
    3. By doing this you can remove the light on Marin/Morgan which will eliminate the backup on Columbus

    just a thought

  • Communipaw Ave & Marcy Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07304, USA - Lincoln Park
    This median on Communipaw near rte 440 is obstructing to flow of steady traffic. This hindrance has been here far to long, and backs traffic up to Mallory ave. It's beyond far to much traffic in city now, and this causes back up to vehicles that's trying to get onto rte 440 S.
    Please review and open up lanes.
  • Construction已确认
    2595 John F Kennedy Blvd Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - West Side
    Corner of sidewalk at fairmount Ave and Kennedy Blvd - unfinished concrete sidewalk. Trip hazard for pedestrians
  • 574 Jersey Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    This truck (Maine plate 2850958) turned onto 3rd St from Jersey Ave completely disregarding the soft barriers, crushing most of them. It parked right there on top of the crushed posts to unload for Key Food.
  • 401–489 Pavonia Ave Jersey City NJ 07306, United States - Journal Square
    Today a car almost hit my husband in the corner of Newark and Pavonia. They driver was texting and he didn't Stop ( there is a Stop sign). Please add a Traffic light here or one of those small lights you have all over Newark. This is very dangerous, and hundreds of people cross this street everyday
  • 182 Merseles St Jersey City 07302, United States - Downtown
    Traffic around Mary Benson Park
  • 296 Palisade Ave Jersey City, NJ 07307, USA - The Heights
    Please install curb extensions at Palisade and Booraem. The opening is extremely wide causing pedestrians to be in the street for too long and allowing cars to turn at high speed.
  • 18 Park View Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Knucklehead drivers or deliverers knocked these down.
  • 3rd St & Jersey Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown

    Photo taken on Dec 30, 2020, at 5:46PM.

    This CitiBike driver thought that it would be OK for him to drive over the parking bollards that protect pedestrians at the corner and park there while he played with his cellphone.

    Considering that our tax dollars have to pay for these to be replaced, it's appropriate that CitiBike should pay for that.

  • 216 Bowers St Jersey City, NJ, 07307, USA - The Heights
    This is the second time I've put in for this, but the intersection of Bowers and Milton NEEDS a stop sign! You disregarded it before but it is clearly a safety concern. I just watched a guy almost hit a woman crossing. I yelled at him that she had the right of way and he flipped me off. So of this not to mention how impossible it is to turn onto Bowers without pulling halfway into the intersection. It is so dangerous, and for what? To continue to leave this intersection without a stop sign is not only irresponsible, but shows how little Jersey City cares for pedestrians.
  • 160 Grand St Jersey City NJ 07302, United States - Downtown
    There are cars constantly parked blocking the pedestrian cross in Van Vorst St and Grand St this is a safety issue for all the kids that go to the schools in the area I understand from the crossing officer that this are cars owned by people that work in the firefighter house and that's the reasons enforcement doesn't take care of the issue If that is the case, it is unfortunate that they don't lead by example, and other measures should be take to protect the pedestrians at this corner
  • 340 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    The intersection of Newark, 5th and Merseles is a tragedy waiting to happen during morning rush hour as kids are crossing on the way to PS5. There is no stop sign, traffic light to protect pedestrians in the crosswalk. Drivers ignore the flashing crossing lights and turn a 2 lane road into 4 as the cross the median and pass vehicles on the right OR LEFT to get by the cars that DO stop for pedestrians. They also ignore the crossing guard (who has been absent the past week). The 25mph speed limit is ignored as people are doing 40. In the few weeks school has been open, there have been close calls even when the crossing guard is there holding up a stop sign. The construction at the intersection also limits sidewalk space.