The New Jersey Transit Board of Directors today approved a $1.9 billion operating budget for fiscal year 2013 and a nearly $1.2 billion capital program.
NJ Transit Executive Director Jim Weinstein says the transportation company is working with Amtrak to make improvements to the Northeast Corridor rail lines and is listening to customer feedback.
President and CEO Joseph Boardman says including a stop at New York Penn Station is essential for a future tunnel. The Gateway Project includes that while the ARC Tunnel plan did not.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron asks: Politics can be a blood sport in the Garden State, but does that actually interfere with business getting done?
Former NJ Transit executive Martin Robins explains Amtrak's latest proposal for the Gateway Tunnel Project, allowing rail passengers from Bergen and Passaic counties to get to New York City directly.
In the latest Monmouth University/NJ Press Media poll, 51 percent of respondents approve of the governor, down five points from the fall.
Senator says Secret Service agents should be fired if allegations of sexual misconduct are true.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick talks about the presidential primary, ongoing budget hearings and the rejection of Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski calls both New York and New Jersey governors to task for lack of oversight of the agency.
Since the cancellation of the ARC Tunnel, two proposals have emerged as the leading successors to providing future trans-Hudson rail: the Gateway Tunnel project and the extension of No. 7 train.
Federal funds for New Jersey, the Tea Party, re-election and more.
Although Governor Chris Christie's name won't appear on the ballot, tomorrow's election is widely expected to be a referendum on his performance.