The Assembly Transportation Committee held a hearing discussing the possibility of regulating jitneys in the state after an 8-month-old girl died after a crash in August.
AAA New Jersey Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations Cathleen Lewis expects more than 1 million New Jerseyans are traveling for the Labor Day holiday.
Martin Robins, former NJ Transit deputy executive director, says the transit company's plans to have a backup system to keep trains running during power outages is a rare real-world application of ...
NJ Transit officials have announced the construction of NJ TransitGrid, a micro-grid that would allow the transit system to operate independently of the main grid in case of an emergency like ...
NJ Transit Executive Director Jim Weinstein says heat is challenging for rail lines, but personnel are checking the equipment to keep everything running smoothly. The company is also allowing ...
The program lets teenagers practice driving in conditions like wet roadways in a safe environment to prepare them for real driving circumstances.
The National Transportation Safety Board will release its final report about the Nov. 30 train derailment and Paulsboro officials' response in 12 to 18 months.
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system is overburdened with daily riders. Officials have unveiled a prototype vehicle today that they say will expand capacity by 50 percent per train.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Seaside Park with DOT Commissioner James Simpson and local officials to commemorate the start of the $265 million reconstruction of Route 35.
According to lobbying group Transportation for America, nearly 10 percent of more than 6,500 bridges in New Jersey are structurally deficient, ranking it 26th in the nation.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will take over operations of Atlantic City International Airport July 1. The South Jersey Transportation Authority has owned and operated the airport ...
The latest Facing Our Future report shows deferred investment in the state's infrastructure has taken a toll on transportation methods.
Representatives from the state DOT, NJ Transit and MVC testified in front of the Assembly Budget Committee about plans for the future.
Analyst Says Port Authorty’s Multi-Billion Dollar Bridge Plan Addresses Safety and Commercial Concerns
Martin Robins of the Alan Voorhees Transportation Center said the project is way overdue, considering the structural defects and wear and tear on all three bridges.
The Port Authority Board will move forward with an historic bridge construction program.