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Grand Street Concept 


Grand Street is a vital transportation corridor connecting diverse and growing neighborhoods. This Concept Development Study is looking at making Grand Street safer and more accessible for pedestrians, cyclists and all users!   



As a main thoroughfare within Jersey City, Grand Street serves as a vital transportation corridor connecting diverse and growing neighborhoods from Bergen-Lafayette to Exchange Place and providing access to Liberty State Park and the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway bike/walk path.



Grand Street is a vehicle-oriented roadway with vehicle speeds regularly exceeding the posted speed limit, and is among the roadways with the highest rates of pedestrian and motor vehicle crashes in the City. The current roadway design also deprives cyclists of the cross-town connections needed to fully utilize the network of existing bike lanes on smaller streets.  grand_1 

Jersey City is undertaking a Concept Development Study that utilizes advanced street redesign techniques to enhance safety conditions along Grand Street and improve the balance between all transportation modes, including vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users. 



The Grand Street Concept Development Study began in May 2017. Once completed in Fall 2017, the study will recommend concepts to move forward into implementable projects. 


We want to ensure that people living along the Grand Street corridor benefit the most from the street redesign. We need your feedback on the current condition of Grand Street and the concept alternatives under development!

 Grand Street Workshop Flyer 



  •  Look for our table at the Van Vorst and Arlington Park Farmers’ Markets 
  •  Come to a public workshop! Have your voice heard!
  •  Download our PDF flyer 
  •  Comment on our website and follow us on Facebook and Twitter 
  •  For all other questions and feedback, please e-mail: sbrooks@fhiplan.com 



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