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City of Hoboken: Construction to Begin on Traffic Signal at Jackson St and Newark St on Monday, April 29

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Construction to Begin on Traffic Signal at Jackson St and Newark St on Monday, April 29:

On Monday, April 29, Hudson County will begin construction work to install a new traffic signal at the corner of Jackson Street and Newark Street.  Following the installation of this signal, two additional traffic signals will be installed at Harrison Street and Paterson Avenue, followed by River Street and Newark Street.  The County is also installing a traffic and pedestrian crossing signal at 16th Street and Park Avenue to provide safe access to the new park under construction at 1600 Park.

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  1. This is absurd. If people drove like they had a pair, the traffic would not back up. Just make the fricking left turn off Newark onto Jackson already. Too many ninnies with a drivers license these days.

    I pray all these new lights will switch to a blinking yellow during all non-rush hour times.
    Get with the program, Hoboken. You cant solely be a "Walking Town".

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    Comment by courtney golumbic — April 26, 2013 @ 2:41 PM

  2. Hoboken needs an adaptive traffic control system like the NJ Meadowlands Commission is installing throughout the Meadowlands area and Jersey City. It coordinates the traffic lights to be in sync with each other. http://www.hudsonreporter.com/printer_friendly/22

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    Comment by Justin — April 30, 2013 @ 5:52 PM

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