The Energy Master Plan Committee held a public hearing to advance the participation process that will shape the goal of total conversion of New Jersey’s energy production profile to 100 percent ...
NJ Transit technicians are hard at work installing components of positive train control to meet the federally mandated year-end deadline.
Under a New Jersey Turnpike Bridge in Secaucus, officials gathered to talk up the Gateway Tunnel project. Democrats emphasized the urgent need for the project to commence, and urged the Trump ...
By all accounts, the first rush hour of the 495 lane closures went smoother than expected. But officials say that's not an indication of how the rest of the two and a half years of roadwork will go.
NJ Transit says a full shutdown of the line is the only way to meet a federally-mandated install positive train control deadline. But riders say it'll be a major inconvenience -- and cutting off rail ...
Monday’s rush hour will be commuters’ first experience with what’s predicted to be a descent into traffic hell.
Lawmakers today chastised transportation officials for moving too slowly to fix looming crises like critical staff shortages and for failing to properly alert commuters about cancellations and ...
Thousands of drivers headed for the Lincoln Tunnel on Route 495 will get squeezed into a bottleneck starting Friday night.
Minority Leader Sen. Tom Kean Jr. wants to lift the residency requirement for NJ Transit engineers to alleviate the staff shortage that has plagued the agency.
Phil Murphy joined Kevin Corbett and Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti to address issues of the beleaguered NJ Transit that has drawn the ire of countless riders.
The agency put part of the blame for the recent slate of canceled trains on engineers who failed to report for work.
Unlike last year’s much-publicized "summer of hell," critics say this summer descended into transit chaos with no apparent backup plan.
What does the nearly $4 billion a year of state and federal funds on transportation mean for New Jersey?
State Sen. Declan O'Scanlon thinks speed limits should be changed and says it should be based on science, not statecraft.
Commuters are paying more and still getting less.