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150616Flanagan

Red Light Cameras Still Collecting Data Despite Refusal To Renew Program

6-16-15
The Red Light Camera program came to an end after lawmakers refused to renew the state's red light camera pilot program. Although the program came to an end, The Traffic Safety Coalition says that the cameras may be out but they are still collecting data.
150616smoke

Proposed Bill Aims To Make Smoking With Minors in Cars Punishable

6-16-15
A proposed bill by Sen. Joseph Vitale aims to prevent drivers from smoking in a car with minors inside. Drivers could receive fines and in order to cite someone for smoking, police would have to stop the driver for some other traffic violations.
150521Cruz

Port Authority Reduces PATH Service in Hoboken

5-21-15
The Port Authority has increased the wait time for trains running from Hoboken to 33rd Street one minute, equaling a 14 percent service cut.
150520Flanagan

NJ Transit Commuters Concerned About Proposed Fare Hike

5-20-15
Those who get to work using NJ Transit have been expressing concerns at public hearings regarding the proposed 9 percent fare hikes.
150515Cruz

Booker, Menendez Call for Increased Transportation Funding

5-15-15
In the wake of the deadly Amtrak derailment, Sens. Booker and Menendez called on their Republican colleagues for more transportation funding to help avoid future tragedies.
150515Vannozzi

Data: 10% of Fatal Car Crashes Involved Drivers Without Valid Licenses

5-15-15
Statistics show that 10 percent of fatal car crashes between 2010 and 2013 involved a driver without a valid license.
150514Cruz

Coalition Plans Pushback Against NJ Transit Fare Hikes

5-14-15
Three Democratic mayors and community activists want to stop NJ Transit from raising fares as has been proposed.
150513Williams

NJ Man Among the Dead in Amtrak Train Derailment

5-13-15
Jim Gaines of Plainsboro was one of at least seven people who were killed after an Amtrak train derailed near Philadelphia.
150420Cruz

NJ Transit Proposes Fare Hikes Averaging 9 Percent

4-20-15
NJ Transit proposed fare increases averaging 9 percent for trains and buses. Nine public hearings are scheduled beginning in May.