After a contentious battle over bike lanes, the revised final plan for Washington Street was approved in last night’s City Hall meeting. The new design will include Class II “non-protected” bike lanes, rather than the ambitious Class I lanes initially proposed. Construction on Hoboken’s main drag is slated to begin in the fall.
Meanwhile, in an effort to improve the bike situation in Hoboken, a multi-use path on Sinatra Drive has been approved, aimed at alleviating the tight space near Union Dry Dock. Of course this means the sacrifice of 34 parking spaces along the Waterfront thoroughfare.
— Ronald Bautista (@RBautistaReal) June 2, 2016