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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.
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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.
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Dems Plan to Attempt Override of Christie’s Port Authority Veto

1-2-15
Although Democrats know a veto override likely won't happen on the Port Authority reform bill, they say they will go through the process.
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Officials Promote Drunk Driving Prevention App

12-31-14
To help keep roadways safe, officials are promoting an app called SafeRide to prevent drunk driving.
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New Trucking Rules Suspended, Safety Questioned

12-31-14
Congress suspended new safety rules for truckers and some question if it will make roadways less safe.
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Weinberg: Christie, Cuomo Did Not Act Responsibly with Port Authority Vetoes

12-29-14
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says she's disappointed that Govs. Christie and Cuomo vetoed Port Authority reform measures and that doing so wasn't responsible.
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More New Jerseyans Expected to Travel Between Christmas, New Year’s

12-23-14
According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, more than 2.4 million New Jersey residents will travel 50 miles or more for Christmas and New Year's, up 4.4 percent from last year.
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Poll: Most New Jerseyans Oppose Gas Tax Increase

12-19-14
A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll found about 56 percent of New Jerseyans oppose raising the gas tax while 41 percent support it.
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AAA Survey: Seniors Say They Should Take Driving Tests

12-2-14
A recent AAA survey found 80 percent of seniors over age 75 favor requiring medical screenings and a driving test for license renewal.
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Is New Jersey Ready for Another Tough Winter?

11-26-14
Wednesday's snowstorm offered the first test of New Jersey's snow removal efforts for the season.