2015 was an eventful year for the Garden State.
former Port Authority Director of Planning and Development, weighs in on the Gateway Tunnel project.
A new Hudson River rail tunnel's back on track. Amtrak and the U.S. Department of Transportation agree to pay half. New York and New Jersey divide up the rest, but what's Jersey's share? When it comes ...
The voters choose: The state's first Congresswoman in a quarter century. And preserving open spaces with business taxes. Cutting costs to hire cops in Newark. And pure poetry.
Founding Director of the Alan Vorhees Transportation Center and former NJ Transit official Martin Robins says the new open records policy was an important step of the Port Authority.
A looming nightmare for commuters. With crime a priority, Paterson's 100 day report card. No insurance for Walmart's part-timers. And a drug for intestinal bugs may cure a killer disease.
Amtrak says fixes to train tunnel old age could close one tunnel for a year.
A blockbuster tax break on the chance a company will create jobs in Camden. Hoboken's antique gas mains get replaced by flood-resistant plastic. And the crisis of immigrant children. A Guatemalan teen ...
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11-2 in favor of Degnan becoming the next chairman of the Port Authority.
A new mayor for New Jersey’s largest city. You’ll hear what Ras Baraka plans to do now. Plus, read his lips. Gov. Christie says no new taxes. And something new for Atlantic City casinos -- a ...
DOT Commissioner Jim Simpson is leaving his position and returning to a global shipping business he owns.
Representatives from the state DOT, NJ Transit and MVC testified in front of the Assembly Budget Committee about plans for the future.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says she is focused on the economy since there are 400,000 unemployed people in New Jersey.
Unlike Tom Kean in 1985, Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says Christie is vulnerable on a number of fronts.
Assemblyman Louis Greenwald says he's not surprised the state revenue is turning out lower than Gov. Chris Christie's projections.