Officials gathered in Cape May County for a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of a construction project that will eliminate the three traffic lights on the Garden State Parkway at exits 9, 10 ...
It happened on Route 9 in Old Bridge Township just after 8 a.m. before the bus picked up students, so no children were on board, just the driver and an aide who were not seriously injured.
Brett Cebulash was aboard the Seastreak Wall Street ferry when it crashed into a New York City pier.
Seven weeks after Hurricane Sandy hit, commuters can once again take the PATH train from Hoboken to 33rd Street in Manhattan.
NJ Transit Executive Director Jim Weinstein offers a status report about the state of mass transit in New Jersey and defends decisions related to Hurricane Sandy.
NJ Transit has resumed some service, but using public transportation has been challenging since Hurricane Sandy impacted the area.
Martin Robins, the former deputy executive director of NJ Transit, says a full recovery of NJ Transit's rail systems will take time.
NJ Transit Spokesman John D'Urso, Jr. said the extent of hurricane damage to rail infrastructure was such that full restoration of services is still a long ways off.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated portions of the state, residents are facing difficulty traveling without many transportation options.
The limited transportation options in some areas have direct consequences for the local economy.
Data shows traffic fatalities are up 9 percent nationally for the first half of 2012, but New Jersey has seen a reduction in the number of deaths.
City officials and NJ Transit representatives have different ideas of what a development project in Hoboken should look like.
Rep. Albio Sires worries that the Republicans will make Amtrak disappear if they gain political control in the November election.
A two-year, $88 million rehabilitation project kicks off Monday that will close the eastbound lanes of Helix and one lane of westbound traffic.
The go-ahead to fire up those red light cameras once again means that towns will likely resume ticketing red-light violations recorded by the devices which are found throughout the state.