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. Murphy's investment agenda on mass transit, infrastructure and education was well-received here.
Murphy says more New Jerseyans rely on NJ Transit's bus operations than those who ride the rails.
The House passed an omnibus federal funding bill without any money specifically allocated for the Gateway project.
Murphy says revitalizing NJ Transit is one of his to priorities and his new budget contains $242 million in new money for the agency.
Following a conversation with students in Newark about gun safety, Booker spoke about the need for common sense gun legislation.
Promising a "partnership," Murphy addressed the NJ Transit board.
The discussion at the forum focused on using techniques like education and outreach to overcome barriers.
Experts say not funding Gateway Project will lead to an economic "downward spiral."
To ease commuters’ pain, the Murphy administration announced NJ Transit will be putting 40 more passenger cars on the tracks after an equipment tally showed a serious shortage.
Dems say 'underwhelming' federal infrastructure spending plan doesn't even mention Gateway project.
Members of New Jersey's congressional delegation urged the need for more rail safety regulations amid NTSB's recommendations resulted after the 2016 NJ Transit Hoboken Terminal crash.
The NTSB determined the probable cause of the accident at Hoboken in 2016 was the engineer's undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea.
A Leonia ordinance prohibits non-residents from driving through the town during commuting hours.