Several of the upcoming routes aim to better link the city’s east to west cycling infrastructure, as new lanes are coming to both a main corridor and a rapidly developing street in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood.
The Port Authority recently finalized an agreement with a company to provide 20 secure bicycle parking spots inside a “pod” outside the Journal Square PATH station.
Workers installed the two-way path last week to kick off an initiative that will add nine miles of protected lanes throughout the city.
The pedestrian walkway and bike path on the new Goethals Bridge are expected to open later this year.
Just 4 years ago, Jersey City was struggling to connect bike paths to Hoboken. Now that seems so, pardon the pun, pedestrian, as JC is now part of a 3000-mile bike path connecting Maine to Key West!