City of Hoboken imposing vehicular travel ban as of 9 p.m. due to blizzard


The city of Hoboken has announced that a vehicular travel ban has been imposed, effective as of 9 p.m. this evening, and will remain in effect until further notice. 

Hoboken City Hall

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Vehicular traffic will be restricted only to public safety personnel, medical professionals, mass transit operators, and public works and sanitation personnel. Vehicular travel by all others is restricted until further notice, the city said in a press release.

Stranded vehicles will hinder emergency response and plowing operations.

During this winter storm, parking in show emergency routes will remain prohibited.

If Hoboken residents have any non-emergency questions and/or concerns, they can contact the Emergency Operations Center by calling 201-239-6644.

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  1. Blizzard. What blizzard? are we talking about a storm that occured in 2010? BTW what National service predicted this and made every town spend their 2015 snow removal budgets already? Wish i had a job where I could be totally wrong, waste millions of dollars and come back to work the next day smiling and still employed.