Press Release Article


Date: May 23, 2019
Press Release Number: 75-2019

The Port Authority will make an announcement at 10 a.m. Friday, May 24, about the new Bayonne Bridge shared use path – which will provide bicyclists and pedestrians with convenient access to travel between Bayonne, NJ and Staten Island, NY.

The announcement will be made at the base of the path in Staten Island at its intersection with Trantor Place. Parking will be available on the streets that surround that location.

The new 12-foot-wide shared use path was built on the east side of the new Bayonne Bridge and spans approximately 8,400 feet from Trantor Place in Staten Island to John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Bayonne.

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