Closing the bridge on a bad day can take hours, requiring workers with sledgehammers to pound the locks shut so train tracks line up safely.
In the Obama era, the federal government agreed to split the cost with the states, but Trump has reversed that. His Department of Transportation calls the Gateway project a local responsibility. ...
New York and New Jersey's Democratic senators say they’re working on legislation as a workaround to federal gridlock.
Gateway Development Corporation Trustee Jerry Zaro says it's not just the 200,000 daily commuters who travel the crumbling, century-old train tunnel under the Hudson River that are playing roulette.
By Monday morning the two-lane road will become a four-lane road thanks to a $1.7 billion rehab project.
The New Jersey Planning Conference is a chance for planners and politicians to look ahead on projects at the federal, state and local levels.
The new Democratic majority in Washington hopes it can wield some leverage with the Trump administration, which is currently more focused on building walls than tunnels.
The Gateway Program Development Corporation announced the auditing firm Ernst & Young as the financial adviser for the Gateway Project. However, federal funding, which can make or break the ...
Experts said the century-year-old tubes need to be replaced by the $12.7 billion Gateway project and blamed toxic politics as the major obstacle.
Under a New Jersey Turnpike Bridge in Secaucus, officials gathered to talk up the Gateway Tunnel project. Democrats emphasized the urgent need for the project to commence, and urged the Trump ...
Gov. Murphy's investment agenda on mass transit, infrastructure and education was well-received here.
The House passed an omnibus federal funding bill without any money specifically allocated for the Gateway project.
Lawmakers hope President Trump will come back to the table regarding Gateway funding.
Experts say not funding Gateway Project will lead to an economic "downward spiral."
Murphy said he wants to build the relationship between the Executive branch in Trenton and the federal delegation on both sides of the aisle to better New Jersey.