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Re: FULOP, DEAL WITH PEDESTRIAN & BIKE SAFETY!!
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As Bohdipooh said, we all know dozens of spots where a cop could write a new one as soon as he finished the last. But they don't. I think part of the problem is even when they do, it takes so damn long for a cop to write a ticket.

I think this could easily be solved with off the shelf technology. You could have a cop sit in car at any stop sign and video 100 cars running it in an hour, then turn the file over to an outside contractor for processing just like the cams. No points, just a big enough fine to matter. Done. Just one cop doing that in 8 different spots per shift, every day, and people will stop running stop signs.

Why productivity at the Parking Authority is so low is a mystery. They have computers to write the tickets fast, as anyone snagged by the trike leading the sweeper knows. I've watched from a restaurant as one ticketed a single car at an intersection parked too close to the curb, and ignored the other 6 that were too close also. Afraid of being too productive and raising expectations?

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I agree that giving tickets is a good idea, but unless a cop sees it, he won't do anything about it. You can't just give a cop a license plate.

I'm not arguing against enforcement. I'm trying understands the practicalities, as most people are on their best driving behavior when they see a police car.


A lot about pedestrian and bike safety is about preventing or lowering risks, like enforcing regulations (and ticketing for violations) related to: parking too close to the curb, double parking on bike lanes, parking too close to STOP signs, parking blocking crosswalks. I see cops drive past cars that are clearly in violation of all these things and not bother with ticketing any of them.

As for enforcement of moving violations, you could easily focus on very specific areas that are known for routine violations. If you were to park a cop by some of these areas, he would be printing money in the form of tickets. Prime spots: STOP signs on 1st St (corner of Provost, corner of Grove) or the STOP sign on Grove and 2nd. Or, instead of the twice-a-year enforcement of the NO LEFT TURN on Columbus and Marin, they should be enforcing that regularly.

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I agree that giving tickets is a good idea, but unless a cop sees it, he won't do anything about it. You can't just give a cop a license plate.

I'm not arguing against enforcement. I'm trying understands the practicalities, as most people are on their best driving behavior when they see a police car.

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Brewster, how is that done? We can't have a cop on every corner, and we got rid of the red light cameras.


But there's no one giving tickets at all. There needs to be a credible deterrent. But any time you try and look at "productivity" of cops you get people howling about ticket quotas. If we rely entirely on "traffic engineering", every single block in the entire city will be stop signs and speed humps. Hoboken and Bayonne do not have cops on every corner, but they give enough tickets that people drive MUCH better there.

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Brewster, how is that done? We can't have a cop on every corner, and we got rid of the red light cameras.

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Hey Steve:

JUST. ENFORCE. EXISTING. TRAFFIC. LAWS.

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Fulop signs executive order implementing ‘Vision Zero’ to improve traffic safety

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“During the past few months, Jersey City has been the scene of a number of tragic traffic fatalities that have each shaken our community and created a desperate need for a solution,” Fulop said in a statement.

“Signing on to ‘Vision Zero’ is our latest, and hopefully our final, initiative to eliminate
traffic fatalities on our city’s roadways. Each and every life that has been lost as a result of a traffic accident is avoidable, and today, we are taking an important step towards building a powerful, data-driven Action Plan to make sure that no more lives will be senselessly lost on our roads.”

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Jersey City group touts traffic safety progress, but says there's work to be done



Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal
on December 14, 2016 at 2:30 PM, updated December 14, 2016 at 6:45 PM

JERSEY CITY -- During a standing room only meeting Tuesday night, local officials and members of a grassroots traffic safety group touted recent efforts to address pedestrian and roadway safety.

"We have asked the city and county government to step up and they have but we also know it's because we have stepped up," said Paul Bellan-Boyer, who founded Safe Streets JC with Kara Hrabosky three years ago.

But group officials were clear that there is more work to be done.

In recent months, there has been growing concern about pedestrian safety on Jersey City streets, especially Kennedy Boulevard. Three people were killed in crashes in a two-week period this year in Jersey City, including an 11-year-old boy who was hit by a bus at Kennedy Boulevard and Neptune Avenue in October.

Safe Streets JC has pushed for a crackdown on speeding and other traffic safety issues. The group's efforts have already resulted in the award of millions of dollars in grant funds to study traffic safety issues and implement changes on Kennedy Boulevard, whose traffic lights have been adjusted to reduce speeding and allow pedestrians more time to cross the four-lane road.

Since local law enforcement ramped up enforcement on Kennedy Boulevard on Oct. 19, nearly 1,200 summonses for moving violations have been issued, including 259 tickets for speeding and 938 for other infractions like reckless driving and distracted driving.

"Enforcement has always been the piece that has been lagging behind and there have been many fatalities, as you know," Hrabosky said at the beginning of the meeting at the Gallo Center in Lincoln Park. She added that Kennedy Boulevard has been named one of New Jersey's most dangerous roads, but also noted that "Our goal is to take this citywide."

With fatalities on the rise, pedestrians will have more time to cross this busy road
With fatalities on the rise, pedestrians will have more time to cross this busy road
Traffic light timing has changed at more than half of Kennedy Boulevard intersections in Jersey City.

Meanwhile, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea, and Hudson County Undersheriff Andrew Conti said there has been an increase in enforcement and summonses issued, as well as a newly formed Jersey City Police Department unit dedicated to traffic safety.

While the meeting focused on motorists, Shea noted that "We do see distracted pedestrians becoming more of a factor in some of these collisions, especially those on cell phones."

Hrabosky also noted that enforcement pays high returns because every car pulled over by a cruiser with flashing lights is seen by dozens, if not hundreds of drivers, who are forced to see the impact of breaking driving regulations.

Those in attendance also heard by those impacted most by roadway tragedies, including Alexis, 14, whose brother, George Gonzalez, 11, was struck and killed by a commuter bus on the Boulevard in October.

"It's just hard knowing I am not going to see him," Alexis said to the crowd of some 120 people. "I am going to grow up without him. In my opinion there should be more crossing guards on Kennedy Boulevard. There's just no one watching."

As officials were discussing the traffic safety crackdown, the boy's mother, Judy Gonzalez, clapped and said "Thank you," causing the room to erupt in applause.

Ato Tuazon, of the our Lady of Mercy Chapter of Jersey City Together, complained of traffic safety issues regarding trucks on Route 440 in the area of Society Hill and Country Village.

"Keep in mind that a seemingly minor and insignificant accident can quickly become a matter of life and death," Tuazon said, noting that crashes can block ambulances, fire trucks and police cars heading to emergencies." He also advocated for a continued traffic safety campaign, rather than the "on and off campaigns we conduct when someone dies in an accident."

Fulop said his administration is committed to improving traffic safety and enforcement and noted that the city plans to hire 30 additional crossing guards. He said an issue with traffic safety on Kennedy Boulevard is the closure of the Pulaski Skyway's northbound lanes, which has led to increased traffic on the roadway.

Safe Streets NJ plans a more interactive meeting in February and another meeting with officials in March.

Elected officials attending the meeting included Hudson County Freeholder Bill O'Dea, Jersey City City Council President Rolando Lavarro and Jersey City Councilwoman Joyce Watterman.

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Jersey City officials continue to work on traffic safety after 11-year-old’s death

HUDSON COUNTY VIEW - ByKatherine Guest 

By Katherine Guest/Hudson County View

Tuesday night’s meeting came after Mayor Steven Fulop and Freeholder Bill O’Dea marched with Safe Streets JC in October, part of a push to make John F. Kennedy Boulevard safer.

The march occurred in light of the death of 11 year-old George Gonzalez, who was killed from a jitney bus days earlier.

Alexis Figueroa, 14, the victim’s sister, spoke to the audience of approximately 100 attendees, about the endurance of the roadway tragedy.

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One night I actually watched as THREE cars went through the red light to make a left - directly in front of a cop, who they actually cut off while doing it - and the cop STILL didn't do anything. There is literally no enforcement whatsoever.

Oh, and busses on northbound JFK, making the right onto Pavonia, will blow through the red light (that is a "no turn on red"), as well - I've been standing there and almost hit, plenty of times.

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2) Stand outside the Stanley Theatre by JSQ and watch the JFK traffic light. EVERY SINGLE TIME, traffic goes through the red light- especially traffic making a south-bound left-hand turn onto Pavonia. Every. Single. Time.


THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING!!!

If there is no credible threat of enforcement there will be no compliance. JC drivers have no fear of being ticketed for ignoring traffic signals, stop signs or speeding.


I completely agree with you, which is why Safe Streets JC is pressuring the Mayor to implement consistent enforcement. He's put some in place and its helping. Its our goal to keep this going and get it expanded. (I think the title of this thread stresses that!).

We have a public meeting with the Mayor about this very issue - a commitment to improving enforcement - on Dec. 13. All are welcome, details soon.

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2) Stand outside the Stanley Theatre by JSQ and watch the JFK traffic light. EVERY SINGLE TIME, traffic goes through the red light- especially traffic making a south-bound left-hand turn onto Pavonia. Every. Single. Time.


THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANY TRAFFIC ENGINEERING!!!

If there is no credible threat of enforcement there will be no compliance. JC drivers have no fear of being ticketed for ignoring traffic signals, stop signs or speeding.

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2 quick points:

1) JCPD absolutely has summons information available in COMSTAT. If you ever receive a summons and decide to contest it before a judge, the judge will have a printout of everything. I had a very unsympathetic judge use this info awhile back, as she judged against me (I had 2 accidents on the report - both the fault of the other driver, but of course the report doesn't say that).

2) Stand outside the Stanley Theatre by JSQ and watch the JFK traffic light. EVERY SINGLE TIME, traffic goes through the red light- especially traffic making a south-bound left-hand turn onto Pavonia. Every. Single. Time.

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This is fantastic news, it's a long time in the coming. Small steps forward for a better, safer community.

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This is a really big win for safety improvements on JFK blvd in Jersey City!

With fatalities on the rise, pedestrians will have more time to cross this busy road

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Due to public pressure, led by Safe Streets JC, this is happening. very happy to finally see this get serious consideration.

Local governments are one step closer to more control of jitney buses

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Please join our new organization Safe Streets JC. We are working together to improve traffic safety city-wide, and to get the Mayor to make this problem a priority. We would like to see him commit to a real Vision Zero program for Jersey City.

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In Western Massachusetts, where I grew up, there are (presumably) the same laws regarding the right-of-way of pedestrians in uncontrolled intersections. When I'm visiting, I see the cars actually stopping when they see us standing on the curb! My mother finds it funny - I'm 55! - that she practically has to take my hand to lead me across the street, since being from Jersey City I'm "what's wrong with this picture? and won't budge.

So everyone knows this is not a New England vs. New Jersey thing, I had the same experience with cars actually stopping in Lambertville last weekend. There is something wrong with Jersey City drivers...

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The city needs to put more stop signs and lights downtown and elsewhere.

Today,i was almost hit by a truck while crossing the street within the white lines. When I confronted the driver, he emphasized that there was no stop sign and that I should have waited on the sidewalk. I had to inform him that pedestrians always have right of way. He apologized after several minutes of reflection.


It's unfortunate you had a near miss. And, you were right confront and discuss the situation with the truck driver. But, I must quibble with your next to last sentence: pedestrians don't always have the right of way! Pedestrians always have the right of way at *uncontrolled* intersections.
you are correct...that is actually what i meant given that there was no light.

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The city needs to put more stop signs and lights downtown and elsewhere.

Today,i was almost hit by a truck while crossing the street within the white lines. When I confronted the driver, he emphasized that there was no stop sign and that I should have waited on the sidewalk. I had to inform him that pedestrians always have right of way. He apologized after several minutes of reflection.


It's unfortunate you had a near miss. And, you were right confront and discuss the situation with the truck driver. But, I must quibble with your next to last sentence: pedestrians don't always have the right of way! Pedestrians always have the right of way at *uncontrolled* intersections.

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The city needs to put more stop signs and lights downtown and elsewhere.

Today,i was almost hit by a truck while crossing the street within the white lines. When I confronted the driver, he emphasized that there was no stop sign and that I should have waited on the sidewalk. I had to inform him that pedestrians always have right of way. He apologized after several minutes of reflection.

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Very glad to see this lethal problem finally getting the attention it deserves. Please keep it up, Mayor!

Jersey City upping traffic enforcement on busy county road after boy's death


Residents, see what we can do when we all pull together? Now imagine what we could achieve with more of us and more time...

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Another crash involving a pedestrian. Thankfully, its doesn't sound like they were hurt too badly. Just highlights the continued need for the Mayor to make Traffic Safety a true priority.

Woman hit by car on Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City: cops

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We're getting a little media traction - NJTV News last night. We need to keep this in front of the Mayor. A few week of blitzes/speed traps are not going to do it.

Rash of Fatalities Spotlights Dangerous Jersey City Roadway


Please sign the Safe Streets JC petition to the Mayor & Council. We need a Vision Zero plan for Jersey City now!

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Oh, we understand - we did as best as we could with the short time and want to do more with more notice for sure. We had 73 people, though! :D

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I only heard about the march on JFK on the day of. I feel there must be many others who would have joined in on the march had they had more of a heads-up. I would suggest a follow up march in which more lead time is built in and with more promotion. If your turnout was as strong as it was ( and it WAS I saw pix on facebook, Congratulations!) you will certainly get even more concerned citizens to march. I feel a huge number of people would want to show support for this issue had they known about the march, and would be willing to march in the future.

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Great!

Hudson County's Kennedy Boulevard as deadly as ever

Considering we had only 3 of us and only 24 hrs to pull it off, we got 73 people at our Community Walk yesterday, including the Mayor & Freeholder & Councilman who walked with us. The Mayor gave us a commitment to make enforcement on JFK a priority and to attend a puiblic meeting after Thanksgiving to discuss a plan. We made it clear to him that JFK Blvd is JC's "Boulevard of Death" but that ALL of JC has traffic safety problems and we want him to adopt a "Vision Zero" plan for the entire city. This is only the beginning. We have to work together, group this group and hold the Mayor accountable. I hope many of you will join this cause to make all our streets safer for everyone.

If 3 people can pull this off in 24 hrs, just envision what a lot bigger group of us dedicated people do with more planning.

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Thanks, I just joined Glad to see an interest group forming as I have never seen driving as bad as what I experience in this city.

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If you are concerned about TRAFFIC SAFETY issues in JC, please join our new group SAFE STREETS JC.


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local enforcement is a local MUNICIPAL issue and falls under the mayor and his appointees. if the mayor does not get on board, nothing happens.

and the crowd sourcing (where do you want a stop sign or speed bump) might have been a start, but what good is a stop sign nailed to a telephone pole if not enforced.

changing the physical environment (complete streets) is a piece that also pretty much starts at the mayor's level like does enforcement.

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