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Safe Streets

Jersey City must enact National Complete Streets Coalition and NACTO policies. These are data-driven design philosophies that work. Tighter turn radiuses, wider crosswalks, traffic calming, investments in signal timing, and other modern urban street design initiates would slow down cars and increase pedestrian safety.

For example, when it comes to crosswalks, size matters. 

These streets are roughly the same width, but look at the disparity in crosswalk width. Jersey City's narrow crosswalks are bad for pedestrian safety. And it's a quick fix to widen them. 

Read Jake's candidate survey for Safe Streets JC here

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