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Senators Reach Bipartisan Agreement on Transportation Trust Fund

Sens. Paul Sarlo and Steve Oroho announced that they have reached a bipartisan agreement to fund a 10-year, $20 billion Transportation Trust Fund.

Regional Plan Association President Outlines Area Challenges

Regional Plan Association President Tom Wright talks about the challenges facing the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area and ways to deal with them.

Former NJ Driver Sues Uber Over ‘Unlawful’ Practices

A former Uber driver from New Jersey who says he got fed up with low pay, long hours and no overtime has filed a class action lawsuit accusing Uber of “unlawful wage policies and practices.”

NJ Lawmakers: Keep Those with DWIs from Operating Trains

After finding out an NJ Transit engineer with a suspended license and DWIs is still operating trains, New Jersey officials are calling for a federal standard to prevent that.

AAA Director Talks Memorial Day Traffic and Tips for Travels

This weekend an average of 1 million people will be traveling in New Jersey and a total of 38 million across the country.

NJ Officials Address Long TSA Lines at EWR

Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez and Congressman Donald Payne Jr. were at Newark Airport to announce measures being taken to reduce the amount of time flyers wait in line at TSA checkpoints.

Teaching Motorcycle Safety to Riders and Drivers

In honor of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is launching a public awareness campaign called “Share the Road” to show residents that drivers on four wheels are responsible for motorcycle safety, too.

Route 35 Project $76M Over Budget, 1 Year Over Deadline

The total price tag to repair a 12.5-mile stretch of Route 35 from Bay Head to Seaside Heights devastated by Superstorm Sandy will be $341 million, an estimated $27 million per mile.

Port Authority to TSA: Shape Up or We’ll Use Contractors

The Port Authority called security screening wait times “abysmal” and told the TSA if it doesn't improve, it will look into supplementing the workforce with contractors.

NJ Transit Holds Public Meeting After Unions Reject Contract

Members of the public had a chance to express their concerns to NJ Transit during a public meeting, which comes after two of several unions rejected a contract proposal that avoided a rail strike in March.