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.
Menendez discussed the president's infrastructure plan, as well as the failure of the U.S. Senate to pass any sort of legislation regarding DACA.
The federal government appears to be walking away from an agreement with New Jersey and New York to fund the Gateway project 50-50, putting the future of the $29 billion project in jeopardy.
The FTA says it understands the importance of the Gateway Project and it remains open to paths that would enable it.
Sen. Bob Gordon, who initially criticized the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport, now sees it as a viable alternative if the Gateway project continues to be delayed.
New Jersey is at a crossroads says The Fund for New Jersey in its latest in a series of reports aimed at helping the next governor frame policy.
In a joint session, legislators heard from NJ Transit and the Gateway Development Corporation.
The bill contains $900 million for the transportation project, which includes building a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River.
The report highlights the Gateway Project and a new Port Authority bus terminal as the state's top two priorities.
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John Porcari, interim director of the Gateway Program Development Corporation, calls it urgent.