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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.

NJ Transit Rail Strike Averted

3-11-16
NJ Transit and rail union officials reached an agreement, avoiding a strike that could have caused a travel nightmare.

Negotiations Continue Ahead of Sunday Deadline to Avoid NJ Transit Rail Strike

3-11-16
If NJ Transit and the rail unions fail to reach an agreement by Sunday at midnight, workers will go on strike.

Engineer Explains What ‘Structurally Deficient’ Means for Bridges

3-10-16
Bergen County engineer Joseph Femia says bridges deemed "structurally deficient" aren't necessarily unsafe for travel.

Statement on NJ Transit Negotiations

3-10-16
NJ Transit officials and rail union representatives took a break from negotiations and NJ Transit Special Labor Counsel Gary Dellaverson gave a statement about talks to avoid a strike.

NJ Transit Rail Strike Looms as Negotiations Continue

3-8-16
NJ Transit and rail union representatives continue negotiations to avoid a strike, which could begin Sunday at midnight.