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Christie Calls for NJ Transit to Withhold Amtrak Rental Fee

After two derailments in two weeks, Gov. Christie fired off an angry letter telling Amtrak NJ Transit would withhold its monthly $2.5 million rental fee for using New York’s Penn Station.

NJ Transit Unsure When Normal Train Schedule Will Resume

After Monday's train derailment at New York Penn Station, NJ Transit isn't sure when normal service will resume.

Small Business Owner Claims NJ Transit Owes Him Over $1M

Russell Graddy claims NJ Transit owes him more than $1 million after plans to relocate his small business from the old Atlantic City bus terminal fell through.

At Newark Liberty, United, TSA Officials Unveil Efficiencies They Say Lead to Better Safety

Representatives of the Transportation Security Administration and United Airlines unveiled the final phase of their automated screening lanes at Newark Airport, touted as a high-tech solution to long lines at check-in.

Christie Signs Bill Infusing $400M for Transportation Projects

Gov. Christie signed a bill appropriating money from the Transportation Trust Fund to start critical infrastructure work in Bordentown in front of LiUNA! Local 172.

Trump Cut in Gateway Tunnel Funding Irks Lawmakers

President Trump's budget proposal eliminates federal funding for the Gateway Tunnel project, which would replace the old and corroding tunnel for trains between New Jersey and New York.

Trump’s Proposed Budget Wouldn’t Fund Gateway Project

President Trump's budget proposal kills initial funding for the Gateway project to replace old, crumbling tunnel tubes under the Hudson River.

As Courts Rebuke Travel Ban 2.0, Demonstrators Promise to Keep Up Pressure

New Jersey residents rallied at Newark Airport to show that they're going to continue to speak out against President Trump's travel ban, even after federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked the order.

Travel Analysts: Tourism Could Decline with Trump Travel Ban

Bookings and searches for international flights to the U.S. both declined after the first Trump administration travel ban, according to travel analysts.

Jersey City Crews Spread 6,000 Tons of Salt

When the winter storm started, Jersey City deployed roughly 80 public works crews to hit the streets, plowing and spreading more than 6,000 tons of salt.