Hoboken Hasn’t Had a Traffic Death in 4 Years. What’s It Doing Right?
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June 17, 202210 min read2024 words
Published: June 17, 2022  |  10 min read2024 words
Every product is independently selected by editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission.It’s not quite the prairie, but Hoboken feels downright roomy. Wander down the wide, busy sidewalks of Washington Street, the city’s main strip, past the poke joint...
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Jun 19
Christopher Robbins does a great job explaining why Hoboken has has zero pedestrian deaths while other burrows are having increased death rates. Hoboken is doing a lot of things right....bike lanes, curb extensions, bus lanes, high-visibility crosswalks, and raised intersections.
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Jun 19
This article does a good job explaining all the good things Hoboken is doing to keep pedestrians safe: bike lanes, curb extensions, bus lanes, high-visibility crosswalks, and raised intersections.
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