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.
Program will include a new bridge to replace the current span and raise the roadway of an existing bridge.
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on NJ Transit's equipment and facilities, officials with the transportation company are making changes to its operations.
Hurricane Sandy cause record damage to NJ Transit facilities and equipment, but more than four months after the superstorm, full restoration pre-Sandy seems to be in sight for NJ Transit.
Roadwork expected to last about eight years is meant to allow drivers to stay on the main roadways without having to utilize local roads.
Three months after a train derailment in Paulsboro, Conrail has announced it will build a new movable bridge.
Gov. Christie announced today that the entire 12 and a half mile stretch between Point Pleasant Beach and the entrance of Island Beach State Park will be rebuilt.
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.