Traffic PLUS

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 3,183 Acknowledged Issues: 608
  • Newport Pkwy & Washington Blvd Jersey City, NJ, 07310, USA - The Waterfront
    The city really needs to do a traffic safety study at this location The crosswalks on Newport Parkway just east of Washington boulevard are very dangerous Cars fly through here and do not stop for pedestrians in the cross walk It's been requested months ago, but the city hasn't done a thing Someone is going to get hurt or killed Let's address this issue
  • Mcwilliams Pl & Pavonia Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown
    Curb extensions to preserve pedestrian right of way and protect the kids heading to the park.
  • Marin Blvd & 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

  • Coles St & Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown
    The corner here is incredible dangerous for pedestrians crossing. Cars heading east on Newark make aggressive right turns and I have almost been hit multiple times now.
  • Hill Ave & Pavonia Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - 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
  • Coles St & I-78 W Jersey City, NJ, 07310, USA - Downtown
    Here is where I might die. More development means more pedestrians on Coles under that overpass thingy by Moishe's. Total blind left curve for drivers turning off Coles into the little street connecting to the tunnel entrances. Dark under there. Even if we had a little push light to do the flashing pedestrian warning.
  • Speed Hump RequestAcknowledged
    115–199 Marin Blvd Jersey City 07302, United States - Downtown
    Hello. People speed down the road. I think you should add a stop sign. This is between 18 park and the vantage towards the water
  • North St & Nelson Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07307, USA - The Heights

    North St & Nelson Ave (Western Slope)
    Is it possible if the traffic department can adopt "Leading Pedestrian Interval" due to school zone area?

    A "Leading Pedestrian Interval", which allows pedestrians a head start of a few seconds to cross without any cars moving at all (all signals turn red at the same time).

  • 225 Newark Ave Jersey City 07302, United States - Downtown
    We need curb extensions at every intersection along our major commercial streets otherwise every crosswalk just ends up illegal parking.
  • Summit Ave At Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07306, USA - Journal Square

    When crossing Newark Ave from the Library to Red Ribbon bake shop, the pedestrian walk signal lights up to cross but traffic at the stop light (cars in the north-facing lane on Summit Ave) get the green light and TURN LEFT onto Newark directly into pedestrians who are in the crosswalk. This has got to be a mistake.

    It is tremendously unsafe. After waiting for 5 light cycles at this intersection, can pedestrians get a few seconds to cross without cars flying at us? Please??

  • Liberty Ave & Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - Journal Square
    It is very dangerous to cross at Newark and Liberty. Cars are always parked up against the crosswalks and double parking. There is literally ALWAYS a truck parked inside the crosswalk. This forces pedestrians into the travel lane to see if there is on coming traffic and making it difficult for drivers to see pedestrians
  • Magnolia Ave & Summit Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - Journal Square
    People continue to park in the limited pedestrian areas along the JSQ buildings forcing people to weave between idling trucks/cars or walk into traffic. This issue has been raised multiple times. Enough is enough -- there are so many actual parking lots in the area so there is no reason for this egregious behavior. The city needs to hold these drivers or the developers accountable.