Entrance to the NJ side of the Bayonne Bridge bike path / pedestrian walkway

The entrance to the NJ side of the Bayonne Bridge bike path / pedestrian walkway is across from the corner of Margaret and 4th Streets, near Kennedy Boulevard http://t.co/6oTjNRxL

The Bayonne Bridge bike path / pedestrian walkway is accessed by stairs. Do watch out on coming into NJ as the exit is by the same set of stairs. Though there is a small sign providing a warning, there is no barrier. Falling off the ramp and down the stairs is a hazard for a bicyclist, especially before dawn, after dusk, or other conditions of poor visibility. An unassisted person with a handicap is very likely to find it impossible to ascend or descend safely.

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