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City of Hoboken, NJ
Friday May 10th, 2024 :: 12:40 p.m. EDT


City of Hoboken launches curbside planning process; residents invited to provide feedback

The City of Hoboken Department of Transportation and Parking today launched the first public engagement phase for The Curb Reimagined, Hoboken’s Curbside Mobility and Parking Action Plan, which will plan for how Hoboken can adapt curbside space to meet the needs of everyone and advance the City’s goals to improve safety, sustainability, and economic development.

The Curb Reimagined will recommend strategies for how the curbside can be managed to better meet the growing needs of people and businesses in Hoboken including potential uses such as loading zones, parking, bus stops, pick-up and drop-off zones, bike lanes, and outdoor dining. 

The City and its partners, Kimley-Horn and Populus, are working to create a digital inventory of existing curbside regulations. This digital curb inventory map will show how Hoboken’s curbside is managed today, including loading zones, paid parking, permit parking, free parking, bike lanes, and more.  

Once completed, the map will be publicly accessible online to increase transparency and accessibility to inform residents of curbside regulations such as limited parking for construction, street cleaning, and more.  

The Curb Reimagined will also analyze the supply and demand of Hoboken’s on-street parking on a block-by-block level and off-street parking supply, both for municipally- and privately-owned garages, to help develop a better understanding of citywide parking challenges and opportunities. The project team will look at ways to improve access to existing parking supply, including through technology such as sensors and digital wayfinding signage.

Hoboken community members are invited to learn more about The Curb Reimagined by going to the project website, which features a short explainer video and multiple public feedback opportunities via an online survey and interactive map. The survey will close on June 28 at 4 p.m.  

Residents are also invited to a virtual community workshop to discuss the first phase Curb Reimagined on Thursday, May 23, at  6 p.m.  

To register for the workshop, click here.

“I encourage all members of the community to attend our first public workshop and complete the online survey so that we can create a thoughtful curbside mobility and parking action plan,” said Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla. “I look forward to working together to balance the growing demand for curbside space in Hoboken with our commitment to Vision Zero.” 

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