Fort Lee mayor Mark Sokolich warns that the true picture of the fallout from the Alexander Hamilton Bridge construction will come in September when most vacations end and school reopen.
For the next three months, a road rehabilitation project at the Alexander Hamilton Bridge on the New York side will cause delays on the eastbound approaches to the George Washington Bridge.
NJ Transit Senior Director of Communications John Durso says the company will be cross honoring bus tickets during the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project, which is expected to cause major delays over ...
Starting Friday night, fixes on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge are expected to cause significant traffic congestion on the inbound George Washington Bridge and on New Jersey roadways leading to the ...
The New Jersey Transit Board of Directors today approved a $1.9 billion operating budget for fiscal year 2013 and a nearly $1.2 billion capital program.
No matter how inconvenienced motorists maybe by road construction, Martin Robins says people that are devoted to their automobiles tend to be very difficult to move out of it
NJ Transit Executive Director Jim Weinstein says the transportation company is working with Amtrak to make improvements to the Northeast Corridor rail lines and is listening to customer feedback.
DRPA CEO John Matheussen says the organization has implemented changes to address concerns of mismanaged money.
The Department of Transportation has stopped handing out tickets through the red light camera program because officials say they can't certify that all municipalities have completed speed surveys.
Executives are also in talks to add more carriers to Atlantic City International Airport, which just has Spirit Airlines operating out of the facility.
President and CEO Joseph Boardman says including a stop at New York Penn Station is essential for a future tunnel. The Gateway Project includes that while the ARC Tunnel plan did not.
Bills Would Increase Penalties For Drivers’ Handheld Cell Phone Use And Mandate Cardiac Screenings for Student Athletes
Sen. Fred Madden Jr. has introduced legislation that would make improper use of a cell phone a reckless driving charge, punishable by prison time and a hefty fine.
NJ Transit announced the results of the agency’s "Scorecard" survey and officials were trumpeting the generally high scores.
Representatives of owners and operators of toll facilities from across the country gathered at a symposium to figure out how best to pay for road and transportation repairs funded through federal and ...
Former NJ Transit executive Martin Robins explains Amtrak's latest proposal for the Gateway Tunnel Project, allowing rail passengers from Bergen and Passaic counties to get to New York City directly.