Thank you to the At-Large city council candidates who responded to our questionnaire. Below you will find the candidates’ responses, listed in the order they will appear on the ballot. We did not receive responses from Cindy Wiegand or Patricia Waiters.

Please take the time to read through the responses…


When discussing bicycle-infrastructure, bike lanes often dominate the conversation. However, parking can play a crucial psychological role.

In 2004, Portland, Oregon, launched an ambitious project to increase the availability of bicycle parking in the city.

One of the initiatives was the building of bike ‘corrals’ — exclusive bike parking facilities that would house 10–20 bikes each. Located on the street, these facilities could increase the bike parking…


On November 5, 2019, Hoboken residents will have the opportunity to vote for a city council member to represent their ward. We sent a questionnaire to all the candidates requesting their policy positions on topics related to bicycling and walking in the city of Hoboken. …


Thanks to First Ward city council candidates Migdalia Pagan-Milano for responding to our questionnaire. We did not receive a response to our questionnaire from the other first ward candidate Michael DeFusco. …


Thanks to Sixth Ward city council candidates Cristin Cricco-Powell, Jen Giattino and Frank Rosner for responding to our questionnaire. …


Thanks to Fifth Ward city council candidates Phil Cohen, Tim Crowell and Nicola Maganuco for responding to our questionnaire. …


Thanks to Fourth Ward city council candidate Lisa Sprengle for responding to our questionnaire. Her opponent Ruben Ramos did not respond to our questionnaire. …


Thanks to Third Ward city council candidates Ronald Bautista and Michael Russo for responding to our questionnaire. Please take the time to read through the responses and go out and vote on November 5th to elect a city council that will work towards creating a more bicycle and pedestrian-friendly Hoboken!


Thanks to Second Ward city council candidates Nora Martinez DeBenedetto and Tiffanie Fisher for responding to our questionnaire. …


While riding a bicycle in Hoboken can be fun and peaceful for some, others find it extremely scary and dangerous (which is why we need your help engaging with our local politicians for protected bike lanes!). Or even if you enjoy cycling in the city, sometimes it’s nice to get…

Bike Hoboken

Bike Hoboken strives to make Hoboken a haven for pedestrians and bicyclists alike while making bicycling safe, fun and accessible.

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