Traffic PLUS

Open Issues: 39 Closed Issues: 1,493 Acknowledged Issues: 714
  • 92 Christopher Columbus Dr Jersey City 07302, United States - Downtown
    Turning right on Marin while going west on Christopher Columbus is a nightmare. The pedestrian crossing is on and there are traffic trying to get on Marin from both sides of Christopher Columbus. Either have a dedicated right turn signal or dedicated pedestrian crossing signal. There is ton of foot traffic and it’s unsafe for pedestrians and drivers.
  • Arlington Ave & Harmon St Jersey City, NJ, 07304, USA - Bergen-Lafayette
    Cars do not stop at the crosswalk for pedestrians at the corner of Arlington Ave. and Harmon St. The stop sign is hidden and not visible.
  • 290–304 Grove St Jersey City NJ 07302, United States - Downtown
    Restaurant street seating on Grove is making it challenging and unsafe for drivers and pedestrians These small huts make it challenging to see the stop signs or pedestrians trying to cross at the crosswalk More importantly these little hut like structures make it impossible for drivers to pull over and allow ambulances or police to pass Now that the pandemic sanctions are lifted can the city please remove these for safety concerns More cars are out and about as well as people since COVID restrictions are lifted which makes this more dangerous Please look into this ASAP Much Appreciated
  • 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.
  • Erie St & Pavonia Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown

    Hi - I am a longtime resident and mom living in Hamilton Park. I’d like to request that the corner of Erie and Pavonia (but really all corners around Cordero) receive the white parking towers that prevent people from parking in the crosswalks.

    Two weeks ago after checking repeatedly, a woman who was parked very close to the crosswalk in the location attached hit me and my 6 week old son who was in his bassinet. Last week, I saw it happen again to someone else.

    Both times happened after normal school hours, but during Casper after care. I believe installing the white parking towers would prevent possible tragedy by giving a buffer between parked cars and pedestrians. They’re in many other locations in our neighborhood and it seems that surrounding the school should be a priority.

    That specific crosswalk does not even have pedestrian signage. Just the crosswalk.

    Thank you.

  • Grand St & Van Vorst St Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - 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
  • 273–289 Johnston Ave Jersey City 07304, United States - Bergen-Lafayette
    Visibility issue at the corner of Garabrant St. & Johnston Ave. The very large construction trucks/vans make it impossible to see incoming traffic.
  • 112 Mcadoo Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07305, USA - Greenville
    This is the retaining wall in my backyard ! This is just a part of the wall that's crumbling ! The road behind my house (Highview Road ) and my yard is right in front of 30 Highview Road which is now being repaved and I'm sure it's only going to make the wall crumble more !
  • 63 Sherman Pl Jersey City, NJ, 07307, USA - The Heights
    The intersection of Sherman Place and Summit is perilous for pedestrians because cars race between the traffic lights at Manhattan and Hutton Streets. Drivers rarely stop for us when trying to cross, even when holding the hands of our children. There was yet another accident on Saturday when a car driving from Manhattan Ave to Hutton hit a car that was trying to make a left onto Summit — which is never easy. We need this intersection to become a 3-way Stop. The city added signs to stop for pedestrians a couple of years ago but the cars knocked them over and they were removed. It’s dangerous and unfair. I’ve lived her for 18 years and it only gets worse.
  • 13 Ravine Ave Jersey City, NJ 07307, USA - The Heights
    Please extend curbs on the south side of Ravine at New York. the crossing distance is very long and the turning radius is very wide.
  • Christopher Columbus Dr & Jersey Ave Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown
    For driving south on Jersey Avenue at the Christopher Columbus Drive intersection, there is a desperate need for a left turn traffic light. There is a day care at 532 Jersey Avenue so there are a lot of parents dropping off their children on Jersey Avenue. And Jersey Avenue is a very busy road. When drivers are going south on Jersey Avenue and want to turn left on Christopher Columbus Drive there are too many cars going straight from the opposite direction (driving north on Jersey Avenue) so the drivers trying to turn left are stuck and usually have to try to force their way in. This is very dangerous and I have already seen numerous almost accidents. And, often times there are parents and children crossing Christopher Columbus Drive that almost get hit because the driver on Jersey Avenue trying to turn left is trying to rush to make it before the next car going straight reaches them. It is a very dangerous intersection and I think it needs a left turn signal.
  • 207 Van Vorst St Jersey City, NJ, 07302, USA - Downtown
    When the building permits for the Lenox and the Maddox were issued by the city (circa 2016), the neighbors in house nearby requested a traffic study on Van Vorst for the increased vehicles. It's now 2022 and no changes have been made to the flow of vehicle traffic on Van Vorst (between Sussex and Morris Street. There is currently parking on both side of the street and two-way traffic. There isn’t room for 4 cars on Van Vorst and it's worse when there are larger delivery and food trucks parked at the intersection. Cars frequently cannot turn onto the street and are forced to back up into traffic. Visibility turning onto Morris is poor which creates dangerous conditions for pedestrians. The street can support only three cars, so either it should be turned into a one-way street or parking eliminated from one side.