Bayonne City

Bayonne City Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview The town of Bayonne is home to nearly 62,000 residents and forms the southern tip of Hudson County in the State of New Jersey. It is believed that the French settlers named this town Bayonne after the city of Bayonne in France. Other theories suggest that the […]

Jersey City

Jersey City Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview The second largest city in the state of NJ, Jersey city has nearly 250,000 residents. The city is replete with hospitals, cinema halls, gyms, parks, shopping malls and corporate firms. On 9/11, many people were evacuated to Jersey City. The city has nearly 30 % African-Americans, 28% […]

Hoboken City

Hoboken City Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview Hoboken present-day has about 39,000 folks in a 2 square mile area, making it one of the most densely populated cities in NJ. Known as a ‘come-back’ town because of it’s rise to fame after a period of dormancy and oblivion. Like all other neighboring places, this […]

Union City

Union City Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview Union City is the most densely populated city in the United States with a population of 67,000 people in an read of 1.27 square miles. It is an ‘Urban Enterprise Zone’ and avails of Sales Tax Cuts, an initiative taken by the state of NJ for the […]

West New York City

West New York City Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview West New York City has a population of 46,000 people and has a high percentage of people who rent. The City has several zones that are classified as UEZs (Urban Enterprise Zones). The Funds generated in this UEZ are ploughed back in for the economic […]

Guttenberg Borough

Guttenberg Borough Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview A town of 11,000 people, Guttenberg is a densely populated area in a base area of 0.2 square miles. It is well-served by the NJ Transit bus shuttle between Guttenberg and midtown NY and other points in Hudson County. The town hall of Guttenberg houses the Municipal […]

Secaucus Township

Secaucus Township Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview Secaucus is pretty densely populated, with nearly 16,000 residents in just 0.6 square miles. The town has grown out of its ‘poor image’ in the last 3 decades due to recent economic development. In the early 1900s, Secaucus had many pig-farms and junk yards, and people often […]

Kearny Township

Kearny Township Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview Kearny got it’s named from Philip Kearny, the General of the Civil War. With a population of about 40,500 people in 9.1 square miles, the town of Kearny is not as densely packed as it’s neighboring areas. Kearny has industrial belts (notable industries include Cardinal Industries, Blacktop […]

East Newark Borough

East Newark Borough Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview This tiny borough of 2400 people is a pleasant community with some beautiful neighborhoods. The borough provides for people in need of temporary financial or physical assistance. There are volunteer clubs that help old people in shoveling their driveways, changing light bulbs and other such chores […]

North Bergen Township

North Bergen Township Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview The town of North Bergen lies sandwiched between Union City and West New York and has a population of around 58,000 people. The state has zoned ‘North Bergen’ to be an UEZ (Urban Enterprise Zone) to foster the economic development of the region. Thus, North Bergen […]

Weehawken Township

Weehawken Township Traffic and Criminal Offenses Town Overview It is believed that Weehawken got it’s name from the Native Indian word ‘wikweko’ meaning ‘at the end of’, referring to the ‘End of the Palisades’. The town of 13500 people prides in it’s neat and clean parks and the superb community facilities it offers one and […]