On Monday, Nov. 7, the City of Hoboken will begin milling and paving operations as part of the City’s 2022 Complete Streets and Resurfacing Program. Construction is expected to last through early December, and will include 37 blocks on the following streets:
In addition to the streets above, Hudson County will begin milling and paving operations on or about Nov. 15 on the following streets:
These projects will include safety and accessibility improvements that will advance the City’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate traffic injuries and deaths by 2030. Improvements include:
The City will post weekly construction updates online, including areas where parking is prohibited, which can be viewed at www.hobokennj.gov/construction.
The roadway repaving and infrastructure upgrades are made possible through a partnership between the City and Hudson County, with the City’s share funded share primarily through $1,652,071 in Municipal Aid grant funding from the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the County’s share funded through New Jersey Department of Transportation’s County Aid Program.
So far this year, the City and County have constructed paving and complete streets improvements on more than 40 blocks of roadway, including:
Hudson Street improvements followed the completion of comprehensive water main infrastructure upgrades. The City and Veolia replaced 2,700 linear feet of 6-inch diameter water mains with 12-inch diameter water mains and installed new valves, 10 new fire hydrants, and 150 new service lines along Hudson Street.
In 2019, Mayor Bhalla launched Hoboken’s Vision Zero safety campaign to eliminate all traffic deaths and injuries in Hoboken by 2030. Over the past five years, Hoboken has had no traffic-related fatalities on City streets.
For more information on the City’s 2022 Resurfacing and Complete Streets Program, go to www.hobokennj.gov/news/city-of-hoboken-announces-2022-resurfacing-and-complete-streets-program.