Hoboken plan would sacrifice parking for pedestrian and bike path

(Photos by Steve Strunsky | NJ Advance Media)

HOBOKEN — A 1,000-foot section of Sinatra Drive that lacks a protected walkway would be designated a pedestrian and bicycle path, with barriers to separate joggers, cyclists, and moms with strollers from cars and trucks that often use the curving, scenic drive as a speedy north-south highway. Officials say the cost of the plan in dollars…

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  • Mark

    Mark

    June 1, 2016

    I think it should be done. Hoboken does not need more cars!

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