There’s a growing consensus that automated cars will drive down roadway fatalities, but most agree auto insurance will still be necessary.
Gov. Christie said one person on the platform died and more than 100 were injured.
Privacy advocates worry about the amount of data self-driving cars collect and how that data is being used.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a safety checklist for automakers manufacturing self-driving cars.
The NTSB believes lives can be saved if New Jersey expands its already strong laws.
Workers represented by 32BJ SEIU are upset that the agency struck down a measure to increase the minimum wage.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker introduced the Surface Transportation and Maritime Security Act of 2016.
A study by AAA found that many Americans are filling their vehicles with premium gas unnecessarily, wasting more than $2 billion in 2015.
Experts say roadwork costs more in New Jersey because of old infrastructure and because the high volume of traffic requires night and weekend work, which is more expensive.
The TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) grant will resurface streets in North Camden.
Assemblyman Lou Greenwald sponsored legislation to allow the use of backup cameras while taking the driver's test in New Jersey. Gov. Christie signed it into law.
Truck drivers often park on the shoulder because they're legally required to take a break after 11 hours.
In NJ, K-8 students more than two miles from school and HS students more than 2.5 miles from school must be bused.
New federal regulations have made the Commercial Driver’s License test much tougher, leading to more failures.
Christie issued an executive order to use money from the general fund for road projects.