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Piscataway Mayor Defies Christie Order to Stop TTF Projects

7-20-16
Brian Wahler has ignored Gov. Christie's order to stop all work funded by the Transportation Trust Fund. He ripped up a cease and desist letter from the NJDOT.
160713Cruz

Governor, Senate President, Assembly Speaker All Talk, No Action Say Irvington Officials

7-13-16
Irvington officials are upset with political leadership that can't come to an agreement on how to fund road projects under the Transportation Trust Fund.
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Officials Highlight Effects of TTF Roadwork Shutdown

7-8-16
Elected officials say stopping roadwork paid for with the Transportation Trust Fund affects residents and they want the Senate and Assembly to come to a compromise.
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Sen. Sweeney: NJ Can’t Absorb Christie’s Sales Tax Cut

7-7-16
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses Gov. Christie and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto's plan for funding the Transportation Trust Fund and why the state can't handle a 1 percent sales tax cut.
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Effects of Stopping Transportation Trust Fund Roadwork

7-5-16
Since Gov. Christie ordered all roadwork funded by the Transportation Trust Fund halted, the those in construction are worried that they won't have work or get paid.
160701Cruz

Christie Orders Stop Work on TTF-Funded Projects

7-1-16
Gov. Christie issued an executive order directing the DOT and NJ Transit to prepare for an immediate shutdown of work funded by the TTF.
160701Delmore

NJ Gets Final Installment of Sandy Recovery Money for Transit

7-1-16
Lawmakers celebrated the fourth and final installment of Sandy recovery funding for transit: over $400 million.
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Christie Orders Transportation Trust Fund Project Shutdown

7-1-16
Gov. Chris Christie issued an executive order requiring an orderly shutdown of Transportation Trust Fund projects by Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
160630Hill

Port Authority to Replace Toll Equipment, Making Way for Cashless Tolls

6-30-16
The Port Authority board agreed to replace 19-year-old toll collecting equipment. The new system will be capable of collecting cashless tolls for drivers who don’t have E-ZPass.