State Sen. Declan O'Scanlon thinks speed limits should be changed and says it should be based on science, not statecraft.
38,000 miles of pavement all jam-packed into our tiny state, but who decides which roads get repair work done?
In the face of renewed threats of terrorism, Senators urge re-authorizing the Zadroga Act which would provide health and financial aid to those who've suffered terror's long-term effects most ...
Nearly $1.5 billion dollars was collected in revenue from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in 2014.
New Jersey lawmakers have questions for the chairman of the Port Authority about a new bus terminal. They found out building a new terminal just doesn't seem like a priority for planners. Get ready to ...
A record in funding pensions, but Christie's still getting sued. A record deal: three cents on the dollar for despoiling the state. We get slammed with snow ... again. Bad news? Not for these people.
The latest winter storm caused headaches on New Jersey roadways and delays and cancellations at the airport.
Republicans sweep. Incumbents too. And Democrats get a wake-up call. New Jersey sends its first African-American woman to Congress. Along with a power broker's brother.
Law enforcement says requiring motorists to slow down when they see an emergency vehicle is common sense.
A death knell for the bridge investigation? Low grades for highways. Free breakfast for school kids. And college credit for life experience.
The Reason Foundation reports that $2 million is spent on state-run roadways per mile, but New Jersey is at the bottom for highway performance.
Attempts to control guns by cutting ammunition. A Parkway projects wreaks havoc on residents. And a triumphant film festival -- like Sundance, but Jersier.
NJ Turnpike Authority cut down trees to widen the Parkway, Brick residents say quality of life has decreased.
A new chairman for the embattled Port Authority. The governor nominates a Democrat. Taking a toll. Will Turnpike collections really be privatized? And the real state of Garden State drinking water.
Toll collectors say they work in constant fear that their jobs will be on the chopping block if tolls are privatized.