We need you! Interactive map-Identify problem streets and intersections

Only 1 month before Asbury Park will analyze problem streets and intersections,  We need your input!

Existing Conditions Analysis Complete – October 2017!

We hope you will take a few minutes to indicate the streets and intersections you think need attention on the interactive map on the link below.  You can also see where others have made their observations.


“The City of Asbury Park was awarded a Local Technical Assistance grant from the NJ Department of Transportation to conduct a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for the City on April 18, 2017.  NJDOT assigned consultant WSP to lead the development of the plan.  Steering committee meetings, focus groups, public meetings and a public input “WikiMap” are the community outreach efforts for the project.  The goal is to produce a comprehensive plan for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure that is achievable and serves ALL residents of the Asbury Park community – all ages and abilities.”

Provide your input here:

WikiMap Community Input



2 Replies to “We need you! Interactive map-Identify problem streets and intersections”

  1. My husband and I have lived here for 15 years at 700 Asbury Ave. The portion of Asbury Ave bw Memorial and Main is an absolute mess . I think that there shouldn’t be parking on this portion of the street because you need turn lanes. I have seen so many accidents and aggressive driving at this point. Also, cars drive so freakin fast down Asbury Ave once crossing Main St to the beach. We need walk lights and walk signs asap! I am tired of cars not stopping for pedestrians. The signs that the city has on Memorial need to be all the way down on Asbury Ave to the beach.

    1. Hi- (sorry for the previous reply to Christopher),
      Thanks for your valuable input. This is a great observation. The BEST way to get this to Mike Manzella, the Transportation Manager is to go to the interactive map to add this street and intersections and make comments, and certainly you can email him, and plan to attend the meetings on the dates on the Bike Ped Plan here in the post on the website. Share the link to the map among friends too!

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