Jersey City Slow Streets
In an effort to create more public space for walking, biking, and outdoor exercise during the coronavirus pandemic, Jersey City has designated a number of streets as Slow Streets. These streets are closed to through traffic so that people can more comfortably use these low-traffic streets for physically distant walking, wheelchair rolling, jogging, and biking all across the City. Slow Streets will still permit local vehicular access and maintain all existing parking.

To view the streets that have been designated as Slow Streets, please visit this map:

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Have you used a Jersey City Slow Street?
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Where do you live? Be as specific as you'd like (Address, Street/Cross Street, Neighborhood, ZIP Code)
Which Jersey City Slow Streets are you using? See the map link at the top of the page. Select all that apply.
How are you using the Slow Street? (Select all that apply)
How often have you used a Jersey City Slow Street?
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Please read the following statement: "The Jersey City Slow Streets pilot is supporting safe physical activity by creating more outdoor space for social distancing, By designating certain streets as being Closed to Through Traffic, people can more comfortably use these low-traffic streets for safe and socially-distant walking or wheelchair rolling, jogging, biking, etc. Residents of these streets, emergency vehicles, waste collection, and delivery vehicles can still access these streets at speeds of 10 MPH or lower, and all existing parking will still be available. The pilot program is temporary and subject to modifications." Is that how you understand the pilot?
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Are you in support of the Slow Streets pilot? *
Is there any part of the Jersey City Slow Streets Program you would like to see improved?
Do you support expanding the Slow Streets program to the other streets the City is considering? (Cator Avenue, McAdoo Avenue, Belmont Avenue, and Clerk Street)
If you would like to see other Jersey City Streets designated as a Slow Street, please indicate where.
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