Category: Parking

Parking: Blocked in

5/22/2008: When it comes to parking, people get blocked in different ways. Usually it’s a double-parker that prevents you from leaving. As mentioned already in the rant section today, here’s what happens when a...

Fuggedaboutit: Sil gets a ticket

5/5/2008: Here’s some proof that the Hoboken Police Department doesn’t give preferential treatment to celebrities (not all of them at least). Hoboken411 reader “Gooch” took these pictures yesterday after the Arts & Music Festival....

Passing Storm = Flooding

4/30/2008 Bump: Another video I’d like to bring back for an “encore presentation,” as we’d all like to know (and are placing bets) as to when this type of incident will happen again. Also,...

Reader Mail: Parking boots

4/29/2008: Here’s a long letter that shows you the debacle that is what we call “The Hoboken Parking Authority.” Mom gets the boot “After reading some of the parking stories on Hoboken411.com I wanted...

Pedestrian & Traffic Workshop

Pedestrian & Traffic Workshop

4/24/2008: I’d like to file this under “common sense,” however, with our bulging population and limited foresight, workshops like this are unfortunately necessary to remind residents of the imminent dangers that exist in Hoboken....

City Offender Zone 4/16/2008

4/16/2008: What will you see on your next walk around town? You wouldn’t believe the stockpile of photos I have collected. It’s mind-numbing. Almost to the point where it’s unmanageable unless I hire a...

More free parking ideas for Hoboken

4/15/2008: While the city of Hoboken is busy Googling “defending lawsuits,” “getting away with hiring friends and family,” and “political smear FAQ,” Hoboken411 and it’s readers are searching for ways to possibly improve the...

City testing new parking meters

4/5/2008: What a coincidence. A few days after my April Fools joke about parking permits and meters, the city has begun testing a new system by the CVS/Barnes & Noble area on Washington between...

Parking meters can be improved

3/25/2008: An astute Hoboken411 reader pointed out this high-tech parking meter company, Intellipark, which offers modern & sensible upgraded parking meters. The city would benefit in many ways: These parking meters can automatically reset...

Bicycles in Hoboken

3/20/2008: How many of you enjoy riding your bikes in Hoboken? In today’s two-part entry, we have one Hoboken411 reader who feels the city needs to make more provisions for alternative transportation such as...