With no vote planned for Transportation Trust Fund legislation, construction union members will continue demonstrations.
NY officials want to put the brakes on the design competition for a new bus terminal, citing a lack of transparency.
Senate President Steve Sweeney talks about the two most daunting budget issues facing the state.
A Senate committee approved two bills to raise the state gasoline tax by 23 cents a gallon to replenish the TTF.
Newark Airport now houses a 2,000-square-foot USO Center that features snacks, pillows, books, recliners, computers and a TV for service members and their families.
Brian Wahler has ignored order to stop all work funded by the TTF. He ripped up a cease and desist letter from NJDOT.
Irvington officials are upset with politicians who can't agree on how to fund the TTF.
Elected officials say stopping roadwork paid for with the Transportation Trust Fund affects residents.
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses why the state can't handle a 1 percent sales tax cut Gov. Christie wants.
Construction workers are worried that they won't have work or get paid.
Gov. Christie has ordered a shutdown of work funded by the TTF.
Lawmakers celebrated the fourth and final installment of Sandy recovery funding for transit: over $400 million.
Gov. Christie issued an executive order for orderly shutdown of TTF projects by Saturday.
The Port Authority board agreed to replace toll collecting equipment. The new system can have cashless tolls.
Opponents of the Assembly TTF proposal spoke out the same day Gov. Christie praised plan.