Some are worried about privacy because license plate readers are tracking motorists.
Although the winter storm didn't bring the amount expected, it still crippled travel.
Winter Storm Juno has stalled various transportation services.
After finding two cracks, the state DOT closed two outside lanes of a bridge over the Hackensack River.
NJDOT has closed several bridges, but officials wonder where the money to fix them will come from.
NJ State Police reported hundreds of accidents Sunday due to black ice.
Port Authority Chairman John Degnan has indefinitely tabled a propoals to eliminate overnight PATH service.
NJ Transit has unveiled plans to rehabilitate the Elizabeth station.
Democrats know an override likely won't happen, they say they will go through the process.
Officials are promoting an app called SafeRide to prevent drunk driving.
Congress suspended new safety rules for truckers and some question if it will make roadways less safe.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says she's disappointed that Govs. Christie and Cuomo vetoed Port Authority reform measures and that doing so wasn't responsible.
More than 2.4 million NJ residents will travel 50 miles or more for Christmas and New Year's.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll found about 56 percent of New Jerseyans oppose raising the gas tax while 41 percent support it.
A recent survey found 80 percent of seniors favor requiring medical screenings and a driving test for license renewal.