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150206Cruz

Latest Jersey Road Closures a Sign of Urgency, Political and Structural

2-6-15
Another New Jersey roadway is undergoing emergency repairs. Some skeptics say it's a ploy to get officials to raise the state's gas tax.
150204Aron

Elected Officials Discuss Transportation Funding

2-4-15
Some officials say the only way to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund, set to run dry in June, is to raise the gas tax.
150128Cruz

Tracking Vehicles on NJ Turnpike Raises Privacy Concerns

1-28-15
Some are worried about privacy after it came to light that the Justice Department has been using license plate readers to track motorists for the DEA.
150127Cruz

Winter Storm Causes Travel Headaches, Even Without Record Snowfall

1-27-15
Although the latest winter storm didn't bring the amount of snow expected, it still crippled travel for hours.
150126Schneider

Blizzard Conditions Stall Transportation Methods

1-26-15
Winter Storm Juno has stalled various transportation services throughout the tri-state area.
150122Flanagan

Cracks in Support Beams Close Lanes on Route 3 Bridge

1-22-15
After finding two cracks inside steel support beams had widened, the state Department of Transportation closed two outside lanes of a bridge over the Hackensack River.
150121Flan

NJDOT Shuts Down Bridges Amid Emergency Inspections

1-21-15
The New Jersey Department of Transportation has closed several bridges, but officials wonder where the money to fix them will come from.
150119Bri

Freezing Rain Led to Hundreds of Accidents on NJ Roads

1-19-15
New Jersey State Police reported hundreds of accidents Sunday due to black ice caused by freezing rain.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop condemned the proposed cut in service at a news conference earlier this month. - (ANDREW GEORGE)

Overnight PATH service won’t be cut, Port Authority chair says

1-14-15
Port Authority Chairman John Degnan has indefinitely tabled a propoals to eliminate overnight PATH service.
150112Aron

Elizabeth Train Station to Get $55M Upgrade

1-12-15
NJ Transit has unveiled plans to rehabilitate the Elizabeth station, which is more than 100 years old.