Bayonne Bridge Walkway

Bayonne Bridge Walkway

  • Open 7 days a week, 6am-12am
  • Bicyclists welcomed
  • Access to Staten Island

After many months of construction and anticipation, the Bayonne Bridge pedestrian and bicyclist walkway is finally open for business! This 12-foot wide path offers a unique and eco-friendly way for commuters and recreational users alike to traverse the iconic bridge. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the bridge, hopes that this new addition will not only reduce pollution and our carbon footprint, but also provide a thrilling experience for those who choose to walk or bike across the bridge. Access to the walkway is easy, with entrances located on John F. Kennedy Boulevard between 6th and 7th streets in Bayonne, and on Trantor Place south of Innis Street in Staten Island. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views and the rush of the wind in your hair as you walk or bike across one of the highest bridges in New Jersey!

The Bayonne Bridge pedestrian and bicyclist walkway is a welcome addition to the bustling New York and New Jersey area. Not only does it provide an alternative means of transportation for commuters, but it also offers a unique recreational experience for locals and tourists alike. The walkway is located on one of the highest bridges in the region, providing stunning views of the surrounding areas. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist looking for a challenging ride, or a leisurely stroller looking to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city, the Bayonne Bridge pedestrian and bicyclist walkway has something for everyone. So why not grab your bike or your walking shoes and come experience the thrill of crossing the Bayonne Bridge like never before!

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Man and women walking on the Bayonne Bridge Walkway

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