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Will You Need Auto Insurance for a Self-Driving Car?

9-29-16
There’s a growing consensus that automated cars will drive down roadway fatalities, but most agree auto insurance will still be necessary.

1 Dead, More Than 100 Injured in NJ Transit Train Crash at Hoboken Station

9-29-16
An NJ Transit train crashed into Hoboken station Thursday morning. Gov. Christie said one person on the platform died and more than 100 were injured.

Self-Driving Cars Raise Privacy Concerns

9-26-16
Privacy advocates worry about the amount of data self-driving cars collect and how that data is being used.

DOT Issues Safety Checklist for Self-Driving Cars

9-23-16
The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a safety checklist for automakers to follow when manufacturing self-driving cars.

Assembly Committee Considers Bill to Prohibit Distracted Driving

9-22-16
The NTSB believes a significant number of lives can be saved and injuries avoided if New Jersey expands and strengthens its already strong laws.

Port Authority Votes No on Minimum Wage Increase

9-22-16
Newark Airport workers represented by 32BJ SEIU are upset that the Port Authority Board of Commissioners struck down a measure to increase the minimum wage for workers.

Sen. Cory Booker Legislation Meant to Strengthen Rail Security

9-22-16
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker introduced the Surface Transportation and Maritime Security Act of 2016, which he says will help get the TSA to harden targets.

AAA: Americans Wasted Over $2 Billion on Premium Gas Last Year

9-21-16
A study by AAA found that many Americans are filling their vehicles with premium gas unnecessarily, wasting more than $2 billion in 2015.

Why Does Roadwork Cost More in New Jersey?

9-7-16
Experts say roadwork costs more in New Jersey because of old infrastructure and because the high volume of traffic requires night and weekend work, which is more expensive.

Camden Gets $16 Million Grant for Road Resurfacing

9-6-16
New Jersey's two U.S. senators and the local congressman highlighted the TIGER grant, which stands for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery. The $16 million grant will resurface streets in North Camden.