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Port Authority Chairman Has Easy Time at Committee Hearing, But Disagreements Remain

10-28-15
While it wasn't as openly combative as the Port Authority chairman's confirmation hearing last summer, Degnan still had to answer some pointed questions, mostly about the Bus Terminal, which, while now a part of the much-discussed 10-year capital plan, is not really on a set timetable.
151028Vannozzi

Where Does Your Toll Money Go?

10-28-15
Nearly $1.5 billion dollars was collected in revenue from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in 2014 and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey brought in nearly as much in tolls. The two authorities collect almost 20 percent of all tolls in the United States.
151026Delmore

Automobile Technology Collects Data, Locks Out Independent Shops

10-26-15
Vehicles equipped with advanced computer systems have a "little black box" of sorts that collects a variety of data, including driver habits. These systems are controlled by code housed or sold by car manufacturers, which can make repair work done at independent car shops costly and cumbersome.
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AAA: Drivers Remain Unfocused for 27 Seconds After Ending Distracting Activities

10-26-15
AAA utilized a five-point scale for their study on hands-free technology, with one being the least distracting and five being the most, to gauge the effectiveness of voice-activated systems. Lewis said most of them went from somewhere around a 2.4, which was the Chevy Equinox, and the way up to 4.6.
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Late Night NJ Transit Train Service Vanishes Into the Night

10-16-15
NJ Transit’s canceled the last trains on three lines; The last Dover-bound train from Penn used to leave at 1:19 a.m., now it’s 12:34 a.m. The train that used to leave at that time for Gladstone now pulls out at 11:49 p.m. If you’re south of Long Branch the 1 a.m. train now leaves at 11:18 p.m.
151014Hill

The BEAST Built to Rescue New Jersey’s Infrastructure

10-14-15
The BEAST, or Bridge Evaluation and Accelerated Structural Testing Laboratory, can measure the longterm effects of weather and wear and tear on infrastructure. In six months researchers can see the wear that takes place over 20 years.
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Sen. Weinberg: Problems at Port Authority Bus Terminal are Not New

10-13-15
Sen. Loretta Weinberg was among the many elected officials to tour the Port Authority Bus Terminal, but says that many of the problems at the terminal are not new.
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Commuters ‘Resigned’ to Another NJ Transit Fare Increase as Leaders Look For a Funding Fix

10-1-15
October marks the beginning of fare increases for NJ Transit customers. The increase, which averages to about 9 percent, is the result of a $60 million budget gap in the agency.
150930Cruz

Port Authority Says Cross Harbor Freight Plan Will Ease Traffic, Help Environment

9-30-15
The Port Authority released the Tier I Final Environmental Impact Statement, in which the agency studied ways to ease Cross Harbor freight traffic.
150928Vannozzi

Turnout For Philadelphia Papal Visit Didn’t Meet Expectations

9-28-15
As Pope Francis made his last stop of his visit to the United States in Philadelphia, the turnout for businesses and services during the papal visit was not as expected.