Gateway Program Development Corporation published a survey asking commuters about their transportation priorities.
A recent report published by the right-leaning think tank Garden State Initiative finds that the state could save potentially $2 billion annually by adopting some cost-saving measures neighboring ...
Rutgers researchers say permeable concrete can help with flooding and even lead to cooler roadways.
That extra money you pay at the pump in the form of a gas tax is being doled out to all 21 counties.
American Dream Meadowlands expects to draw almost twice as many people as the 2014 Super Bowl, with most patrons coming by bus and car along Route 3 in Secaucus. Emergency response officials there ...
While NJ Transit rail riders have endured a frustrating summer of scaled-back service, workers at New York Penn Station labored to finish track upgrades.
An analysis shows NJ Transit and Amtrak rail riders lost almost 78 days of their lives fuming on stuck trains due to delays caused by “major infrastructure failures.”
Transit advocates say they’ve reached out to both NJ Transit and Triple Five, the developers of American Dream, to discuss the megamall’s so-called master agreement for transportation, but claim ...
Weinberg complained NJ Transit's budget devotes millions to provide bus service for the American Dream megamall in the Meadowlands, asking, "How long has this $8 million plan been in the works, and ...
After wishing NJ Transit a happy 40th anniversary, advocates demanded more realistic information in the face of this summer’s ongoing train cancellations.
The Pascack Valley Line will only run trains during morning and evening rush hour through Aug. 24.
American Dream is expected to draw 40 to 50 million visitors a year, maybe 150,000 a day. How is the area planning on handling the massive influx of traffic?
A new, on-demand public transportation system is coming to Jersey City via a micro-transit system where buses would operate on a route, but could deviate to go get riders who need a pick-up.
CarFit is a free nationwide program created by AARP Driver Safety, AAA, and the American Occupational Therapy Association to help drivers understand how to safely operate their cars.
NJ Transit's summer schedule and new class of engineer graduates are unable to keep up with demand, most likely resulting in more delays for already aggravated commuters.