State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio testified before the Assembly Budget Committee on how the state's revenue figures square with the proposed budget. Muoio said instead of an April surprise, New ...
While NJ Transit’s positive train control compliance has improved a bit, lately it’s still in real danger of missing a federal deadline, according to the Federal Railroad Administration.
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.
NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett talks about what he expect to hear from commuters and discusses his biggest challenge, implementing Positive Train Control.
Firefighters from Newark Fire Division and greater area learn to lift and move concrete and other large objects to free victims trapped inside and beneath massive debris.
Elected officials announced a $6 million federal grant that’ll buy a ferryboat for Carteret. The borough’s building a commuter ferry terminal to be constructed along the Arthur Kill Channel across ...
The town of Montclair owes its existence to the railroad. In order to have its own line, Montclair seceded from Bloomfield. The rest is history.
There was widespread agreement at Tuesday's Senate budget hearing that the state needs a transportation overhaul like the one Gov. Phil Murphy is proposing.
Agency executives told Trenton lawmakers that NJ Transit is seriously behind schedule installing the federally-mandated safety system called positive train control.
Gov. Phil Murphy addressed a crowd at Rutgers University and listed some 30 polices he has addressed during his first 100 days in office.
Murphy says more New Jerseyans rely on NJ Transit's bus operations than those who ride the rails.
Murphy tried to heal a festering personal conflict with Senate President Steve Sweeney, which escalated after Sweeney blocked two of the governor’s Cabinet nominees who are both African-American.
Hoboken to halt eminent domain proceeding at shipyard in deal with governor.
It’s business as usual for the federal government, as Congress reached agreement on a $1.3 trillion spending bill, averting a shutdown.
Another wallop of heavy, wet powder threatened to down trees and clog rail lines.