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Most Expensive Train Station Ever Built to Open Thursday

3-2-16
The Oculus, the World Trade Center's new transit hub, cost $4 billion, $2 billion more than the original estimate.

Repairs to 200-Year-Old Bridge Closes Section of Route 206

3-1-16
The 200-year-old bridge over the Stony Brook needs emergency repairs so the New Jersey Department of Transportation has closed a section of Route 206 for at least a week.

Roundtable Focuses on NJ’s Transportation Future

2-22-16
NJ Spotlight held a roundtable on New Jersey's transportation future, discussing the soon to be depleted Transportation Trust Fund and the gas tax.

Voters to Decide About Gas Tax Allocation

2-2-16
A resolution will ask voters if all gas tax money should be reserved for the Transportation Trust Fund, which will run out of money this summer. Right now all but about $40 million gets dedicated.

Former NJ Transit Executive Talks Transportation Fund, Possible Transit Worker Strike

1-28-16
NJ Transit's former deputy executive director Martin Robins says an increased gas tax in necessary to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund and that NJ Transit workers could strike because they haven't had a contract in five years.

Despite NJ Law, Many Vehicles Still Snow Covered

1-27-16
New Jersey law prohibits drivers from being on the road without first removing snow from vehicles. But days after a major winter storm, many vehicles can still be seen on the roads with snow.

Mayor Baraka: Newark Pulled Together

1-27-16
NJTV Correspondent David Cruz spoke with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka about the city's progress in getting back to normal following the weekend's snowstorm.

Newark Gets Criticism for Handling of Storm

1-25-16
Residents complained that many roads in Newark were still impassable Monday after Saturday's snowfall.

NY Penn Station Slated for Face Lift

1-7-16
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced New York Penn Station will be getting an upgrade that will decrease congestion and increase natural light and open space.

Looking Back: What Happened This Year in New Jersey

12-31-15
From the announcement of Christie's presidential run, to progress on the Gateway Tunnel, and the $225 million Exxon settlement for pennies on the dollar, 2015 was an eventful year for the Garden State.