Crumbling Infrastructure comes in all sizes in Hoboken

We talk about “crumbling infrastructure” every now and then here on Hoboken411. From poor road conditions, sewerage, utilities, etc. But even the small stuff counts too. Whether it’s street signs for bicyclists – to pedestrian signs like this one pictured below near 5th and Grand Streets.

I mean how can something like this even remain in that state? With hundreds of city employees driving by on a daily basis, shouldn’t something like this get rectified within minutes? Or does everyone just drive by with the “not my job” mentality?

Crumbling infrastructure in Hoboken NJ

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