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Senate Budget Chairman Calls for Increasing Gas Tax

4-19-16
Senate Budget Chairman Paul Sarlo outlined a plan for funding transportation in the next state budget, which includes raising the gas tax, which would increase prices at the pump or the refineries.

Pulaski Skyway Project Behind Schedule

4-13-16
This week marks two years since the DOT closed traffic on the northbound lanes of the Pulaski Skyway. Additional steel work has slowed the project down. It's on track to be completed in 2020.

Concern Over Audio Surveillance on NJ Transit Light Rail

4-12-16
NJ Transit began installing new video and audio recorders in light rail cars last year in the name of security. But some say the use of audio recordings violates riders' privacy rights.

FAA Gives OK to Increase Air Traffic at Newark Liberty Airport

4-12-16
The FAA is easing restrictions on the number of takeoffs and landings coming in and out of Newark Liberty International Airport. The measure will allow for more flights by different airlines and help to reduce airfares, according to the Port Authority.

Sen. Menendez Accuses Three Airlines of Price Gouging

4-8-16
Sen. Bob Menendez has called for the U.S. Department of Transportation to investigate American, Delta and United Airlines for price gouging.

PATH Extension Project Threatened By ‘Parochial’ Interests Say Critics

3-29-16
The PATH extension project could be put on hold in exchange for the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Some lawmakers say the bus terminal impacts more people, but others say the decision hurts those outside of Bergen County.

New Port Authority Bus Terminal Will Be in New York

3-24-16
New Jersey lawmakers are relieved that Port Authority board members have signed off on a new bus terminal in New York instead of New Jersey.

Education Fairness, AC Takeover, Legalizing Marijuana All Topics at State Budget Hearing

3-21-16
The Assembly Appropriations Committee heard from residents about the proposed $34.8 billion New Jersey budget.

Report: NJ Transit Vehicles Break Down More Often

3-21-16
An analysis found NJ Transit trains are about half as efficient as Long Island Rail Road's trains and a quarter as efficient as the MTA's newest subway cars.

Strike Averted, Focus Now Turns to Reliable Funding for Transit

3-14-16
NJ Transit and 11 rail unions reached a tentative agreement Friday to avoid a strike. Now some are wondering if fares will go up at some point to cover increased salaries.