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Convent Station parking lot closing for three days starting Thursday night NewJerseyHills, 8/17/15. Commuters and casual train passengers used to parking at Convent Station to take the NJ Transit train to New York or Hoboken will have to try their luck at another train station or or be dropped off because for three days starting Thursday night, Aug. 20 the main train station lot on Old Turnpike Road and the Church Parking lot will be paved running through Sunday, Aug. 23.
Hooper Avenue repaving rescheduled in Brick Township WOBM.com, 8/17/15. Originally scheduled tonight and tomorrow, 7PM through 6 AM, resurfacing of the stretch from Mantoloking Road to Drum Point Road begins Tuesday night, August 18, and continues Wednesday night, August 19, according to Brick Township Police.
Repeated rail delays catch the attention of Obama Administration WOBM.com, 8/17/15. Tuesday morning, Federal Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was scheduled to meet in Newark with Gov. Chris Christie and U.S. Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) to discuss repairing the 105-year-old trans-Hudson rail tunnels and the planned Gateway rail project.
Repairs lead to George Washington Bridge lane closures NorthJersey.com, 8/17/15. The lower level eastbound lanes to New York City will close between Monday and Thursday from 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night. They will also be closed from 11 p.m. Friday through 8 a.m. Saturday.
Vehicle fire in Lincoln Tunnel, disabled train snarling commute NJ.com, 8/17/15. 10:40 a.m. UPDATE: Trains into and out of New York Penn Station are running on or close to schedule. After a couple of relatively problem free weeks on NJ Transit trains, there's a mess brewing on Monday. Buses aren't a good alternative for reaching midtown Manhattan this morning, either.
Sweeney endorses 80/20 funding deal with feds for new Hudson rail tunnel NJ.com, 8/17/15. NEWARK -- After a tour of Amtrak's aging Hudson River rail tunnels, State Senate President Stephen Sweeney embraced a funding proposal for a new tunnel calling for the federal government to pay for 80 percent of the project with New York and New Jersey paying the rest.
REMINDER: Route 9 Hearing Set For Tuesday NJTPA Mention
Patch.com, 8/17/15. Ocean County residents are invited to give their input on what should be done to improve Route 9 traffic and safety at a public meeting on the Route 9 Corridor Study conducted by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.
What can be done to improve Route 9 in Toms River and Lakewood? NJTPA Mention
Asbury Park Press, 8/17/15. TOMS RIVER – How can traffic flow and safety be improved on congested sections of Route 9 in Toms River and Lakewood? A public meeting scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Toms River will discuss potential fixes that could help improve traffic issues in the area. Here’s what you need to know if you want to go.
Franklin seeks to put brakes on truck traffic New Jersey Herald, 8/17/15. FRANKLIN -- Borough officials are seeking a remedy to intensified local truck traffic stemming from the recently imposed 12-ton weight limit on a Route 631 bridge.Signs alert truckers to the weight limit, enacted about three weeks ago, on the section of the county road passing over the Wallkill River near Franklin Pond. Sussex County Engineer Walter Cramp, in a presentation on Wednesday to the county freeholders, said repairs are needed on the 105-year-old bridge and that it will close to all traffic for three months next spring.
Gas prices continue march toward $2-a-gallon NJ.com, 8/17/15. With gas hovering around the $2.20 a gallon mark, when will we see prices hit the desired $2 mark? As the old song says, See You in September.
Major Traffic Enforcement Initiative Underway on Route 539 The SandPaper.VillageSoup.com, 8/16/15. Route 539 is the site of an new traffic safety enforcement initiative, which will run through Sept. 14 and involve numerous municipal and county law enforcement agencies. Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato recently announced details of his program to address the rash of 11 fatal crashes and numerous serious accidents that have occurred from 2013 to the present along the rural thoroughfare.
Gas tax hike sparks new concern in Trenton WOBM.com, 8/16/15. As New Jersey lawmakers continue to argue over how best to fund the nearly bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund (TTF), a pool of money used to fix the state’s roads and bridges, a new concern has been brought to the table.
N.Y.'s Cuomo reluctant to dig deep for new Hudson rail tunnel NorthJersey.com, 8/15/15. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — He committed billions of dollars to overhaul LaGuardia Airport and build a new Tappan Zee Bridge — but New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has taken a wary approach to building a new Hudson River rail tunnel, even though the stakes could be even higher for the state and the nation.
NJ Transit won't share publicly-funded Sandy report Asbury Park Press, 8/14/15. A publicly-funded report detailing how NJ Transit spent federal superstorm Sandy aid is not subject to public records laws, according to NJ Transit - itself a state creation that is propped up by tax dollars. A month ago, the first state-required Integrity Oversight Monitoring report on how NJ Transit spent Sandy aid was released. The report, however, provided no information on what, if any, misuse or fraud was discovered.
Ferries Lie Tantalizingly Beyond Reach as Hudson Tunnels Decay NJTPA Mention
Bloomberg.com, 8/14/15. New Jersey rail commuters have at least a 10-year wait for a faster trip under the Hudson River to Manhattan. Ferries could do much of the job right now.
Clifton roadwork takes detour NorthJersey.com, 8/14/15. CLIFTON – Taxpayers, commuters and local government have grown weary of a plodding infrastructure project which, due to a recent PSEG snafu, will extend traffic delays and detours along a key City thoroughfare for the foreseeable future.
Road Warrior: $1.2 billion dig creates giant detours NorthJersey.com, 8/14/15. While huge projects such as rebuilding the Pulaski Skyway continue to inconvenience thousands, a less-publicized billion-dollar-plus project that covers a much bigger swath of North Jersey has quietly been schooling many more thousands in the unhappy art of the detour.
Port Authority gates to change for Essex County buses NorthJersey.com, 8/14/15. Starting Tuesday, Sept. 8, DeCamp Bus Lines, which serves Bloomfield and other Essex County residents, will be leaving from the Lower Level South Wing of the Port Authority bus terminal, Vice President Jonathan DeCamp said Tuesday.
AirTrain monorail at Newark Airport closed for part of weekend NorthJersey.com, 8/14/15. If you plan to fly out of Newark Liberty International Airport on Saturday night or Sunday morning, be sure to arrive even earlier than normal. The AirTrain monorail system that connects the airport’s NJ Transit stop, major parking lots and its three terminals will be closed for maintenance from 10 p.m. Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
New Jersey Transit selling papal rail passes NorthJersey.com, 8/14/15. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Passengers planning to ride New Jersey Transit trains to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia need to get tickets in advance. Special, limited rail passes will go on sale at noon Saturday.
Cuomo's 'New York attitude' on Gateway Tunnel: Let New Jersey Pay for It August 14/15. No longer tightlipped on the subject, NY governor remains tightfisted, even though Gateway would bring more than 400,000 workers into Manhattan daily.
Union Boulevard in Totowa to be paved later this year NorthJersey.com, 8/13/15. TOTOWA — The New Jersey Department of Transportation will be paving the section of Union Boulevard that extends over Routes 46 and 80 this autumn.
Road closures, extra trains in New Jersey for pope's visit NorthJersey.com, 8/13/15. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey transit officials say Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia in September will make for a "challenging week" for everyone, and they urge patience and preparation.
New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition says biking can ease transit woes Daily Record, 8/13/15. TRENTON – A statewide nonprofit organization that advocates for bicyclists and pedestrians said biking and walking can help New Jersey’s mass transportation issues. New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition Executive Director Cyndi Steiner testified Monday before the New Jersey Senate Legislative Oversight Committee during a hearing intended to identify challenges facing the state’s transit system.
Christie, Cuomo urged to seal deal on new Hudson rail tunnel Nj1015.com, 8/12/15. On the heels of several days of delays that snarled mass transit in New York and New Jersey last month, a Garden State lawmaker is urging the governors of both states to move quickly on a deal to construct a trans-Hudson rail tunnel to alleviate some commuter congestion.
Route 539 initiative aims to reduce fatalities Nj1015.com, 8/13/15. Since 2013, there have been 11 fatalities on County Route 539 in Ocean County, a main corridor motorists use to travel from the Jersey Shore to Trenton.
Glen Ridge station renovations pushed back NorthJersey.com, 8/13/15. ...The borough had been planning to start work on the interior repairs at the station this month. But ongoing negotiations with NJ Transit over the station’s lease have pushed the start date back to sometime in the fall, Parks and Recreation Director Jim Cowan said on Monday.
EDITORIAL: Open throttle for new Parkway exit NJTPA Mention
APP.com, 8/12/15. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, goes the old adage. Likewise, a badly needed new Parkway exit begins with what engineers call the “concept development phase.” That is the phase in which a proposed new Exit 83A on the southbound Garden State Parkway finds itself.
Sea Bright Officials To Revisit Idea Of Parking Pay Stations Wordontheshore.com, 8/12/15.
Does nearly $4B buy a train station air conditioning? NJ.com, 8/12/15. ...With the dog days of August upon us, train stations can get stuffy. Including the region's newest, the World Trade Center PATH station, which opened for use several months ago
New Exit 83 could be coming to southbound Parkway Asbury Park Press, 8/11/15. A new Exit 83 could be coming to the southbound Garden State Parkway. But before you get too excited about the prospect, just know this: Construction is still several years away.
Two lanes on Route 495 leading to Lincoln Tunnel closed this weekend for emergency repairs NorthJersey.com, 8/12/15. Motorists planning to drive through Lincoln Tunnel into New York City this weekend should expect delays due to emergency road repairs, according to the state Department of Transportation. The two right lanes of Route 495 eastbound in North Bergen will be closed.
Analysis: Hudson rail tunnel plan is popular, but no one wants the bill NorthJersey.com, 8/12/15. It’s the tunnel that everyone agrees is necessary and no one wants to pay for.
Montclair's Cyndi Steiner Testifies before New Jersey Senate Legislative Oversight Committee TAPinto.Net, 8/12/15. TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition Executive Director Cyndi Steiner, of Montclair, testified Monday before the New Jersey Senate Legislative Oversight Committee during a hearing intended to identify challenges facing the state’s transit system. In her testimony, Steiner emphasized the integration of biking and walking as a first-mile/last mile solution that provides a cost-effective way to improving New Jersey’s overburdened, cash-strapped mass transportation system both now and in the future.
Cops to crack down on aggressive driving on CR 539 NJ.com, 8/12/15. TOMS RIVER — From January 2013 until May 2015, nearly 300 crashes, including 11 that resulted in a fatality, have occurred on County Route 539.
Oil-train disaster plan: 8,000 in Teaneck would be subject to evacuation NorthJersey.com, 8/12/15. TEANECK — Larry Robertson, the township’s emergency management coordinator, had a message Wednesday for residents who live within a half-mile of the tracks used by trains carrying Bakken crude oil: If there’s a disaster, get out.
Nutley to begin Park Avenue roadwork NorthJersey.com, 8/12/15. Nutley's Park Avenue, from Union to Passaic avenues, will be closed during road construction hours, starting Monday.
Fund the TTF now, say NJ transportation experts NJ1015.com, 8/11/15. There has been more than enough talk about finding a revenue source for New Jersey’s soon-to-be bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund, and two transportation and business experts testified Monday that they believe now is the time to get something done.
Inside the Port Authority's plan to speed up bus commutes NJ.com, 8/11/15. Even people who don't have the option of a staggered commute could be getting home a little bit earlier, say transit officials, thanks to a plan to reduce congestion and delays at the bus terminal by redistributing gates to give NJ Transit more control over its operations.
Why do fewer N.J. highway deaths involve alcohol than in neighboring states? NJ.com, 8/11/15. Although New Jersey has similar DWI laws to New York and Pennsylvania, the share of highway deaths linked to alcohol is significantly lower in the Garden State than in its neighboring states, a study by New York University found.
When will lawmakers discuss transportation funding? NJ1015.com, 8/11/15. Top lawmakers within the New Jersey Assembly are confident the Legislature can find a solution to to replenish the nearly bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund, but Republicans and Democrats are divided as to when discussions will begin.
Is the Route 21 viaduct project delayed? NJ.com, 8/11/15. What's happened to a project to replace a viaduct that carries Route 21 south, which is stacked on top of the northbound lanes, through Newark?
Reluctance by NJ, NY to help finance Hudson River bodes ill for commuters NJspotlight.com, 8/11/15. Lawmakers in Trenton told passing the buck on Gateway project means rail-transit woes will only get worse.
Paving to close West Mill Road in Washington Township starting Monday NewJerseyHills.com, 8/5/15. WASHINGTON TWP. - Milling and paving of a 2.2 mile stretch on West Mill Road from Beacon Hill Road to Schooley’s Mountain Road will start Monday.
Schumer: New agency should plan, finance Hudson rail tunnels NorthJersey.com, 8/11/15. NEW YORK (AP) — In a bid to create momentum for a massive overhaul of the crumbling passenger rail corridor between New Jersey and New York City, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer on Tuesday proposed the creation of a new nonprofit development corporation to plan and finance the project. He said none of the existing transportation entities operating in the region have the wherewithal to pull it off alone.
No link to reality? Passenger rail connection still hard to justify | Editorial Lehighvalleylive.com, 8/11/15. Five years ago, Lehigh and Northampton counties ordered an in-depth study on re-establishing passenger rail service from the Lehigh Valley and Phillipsburg to Newark and New York.
Schumer Says Corporation Should Oversee Hudson Tunnels Project NYTimes.com, 8/11/15. Senator Chuck Schumer, seeking an end to the standoff over financing new Hudson River rail tunnels, proposed on Tuesday creating a nonprofit corporation to oversee the project and to assemble the billions of dollars needed to build new tunnels.
New Exit 83 could be coming to southbound Parkway NJTPA Mention
APP.com, 8/11/15. TOMS RIVER – A new Exit 83 could be coming to the southbound Garden State Parkway.
But before you get too excited about the prospect, just know this: Construction is still several years away.
GWB outbound lower level to close overnight this week nj.com, 8/10/15. FORT LEE — The George Washington Bridge's lower westbound lanes will be closed overnight this week to remove temporary platforms used for an upper level deck replacement project, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced.
New Jersey lawmakers to hear from Amtrak exec on tunnel woes, Northeast corridor plans AP, 8/10/15. AP, 8/10/15 - An Amtrak executive is telling New Jersey lawmakers about plans to build rail tunnels under the Hudson River. Stephen Gardner is Amtrak's vice president Northeast corridor infrastructure investment. He told members of the Senate Legislative Oversight Committee Monday that environmental studies could begin this fall and be completed by 2019.
Lehigh Valley mayors restarting push to get regional train service Lehighvalleylive.com, 8/10/15. The mayors of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and Phillipsburg have joined forces to re-launch efforts to bring passenger rail service to the region. While the mayors said re-establishing rail service would take years if not decades, they said they believe a new push could make a difference.
Amtrak Exec: Train Delays In Hudson River Tunnel May Become More Common CBS NY, 8/10/15. TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Train delays like the ones caused recently by electrical problems in a century-old Hudson River tunnel could become much more common if a new tunnel isn’t built, an Amtrak executive told New Jersey lawmakers Monday.
Carteret roads to see $1.1 million in pavement, curb and handicap ramp upgrades, report says NJ.com, 8/10/15. A dozen roads in Carteret will undergo construction this year to install new pavement, handicap ramps, curbs and driveway aprons, according to a statement last week from Mayor Daniel Reiman's office.
Port Authority bus terminal improved, but problems linger, commuters say 8/10/15 NJ.com. Have things gotten better at the infamous Port Authority Bus Terminal since complaints by commuters and lawmakers reached a scream last summer? Riders who use the midtown Manhattan bus depot said they've seen improvements. But the terminal has a long "to-do" list before officials say they have eliminated overcrowding, delays and other issues.
How long before gas prices hit the $2 mark? NJ.com, 8/10/15. Close the doors, because the gas price elevator is going down, again. How long will it take before the $2 a gallon mark is hit. It may not be that long, especially if gas stations decide to have a price war to move product, said Jeff Pelton, senior oil analyst for Gas Buddy.com
Hate The Traffic On Route 9? Public Meeting Is Your Chance To Speak Up NJTPA Mention
Patch.com, 8/9/15. Ocean County residents are invited to give their input on what should be done to improve Route 9 traffic and safety at a public meeting on the Route 9 Corridor Study conducted by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.
NJ Transit delays to be probed by Senate committee NJ 101.5, 8/9/15. The Senate Legislative Oversight Committee is scheduled to hold a rare summer hearing Monday morning to discuss transportation issues that continue to snarl the state. The major topic expected to be addressed is rail tunnel repairs that stopped NJ Transit commuter rail service in late July and plans for a new Gateway rail tunnel.
Cuomo Says Hudson Tunnels Need Grants, Not Loans to States, From U.S. NYTimes.com, 8/9/15. Two weeks after the federal government’s top transportation official urged the governors of New York and New Jersey to meet with him about how to solve the problems plaguing rail service between their states, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said on Sunday that such a meeting would be pointless unless federal officials offered grants, not loans, to finance new tunnels under the Hudson River.
$1.2B for what? Much of the cash spent on scrapped plan for ARC tunnel will go to waste NorthJersey.com, 8/8/15. Taxpayers have spent nearly $1.2 billion on the as-yet-fruitless effort to expand rail access across the Hudson, according to new information obtained from the Port Authority, NJ Transit and other government agencies.
Bogota accepts bid for road resurfacing NorthJersey.com, 8/8/15. BOGOTA — The Borough Council has awarded a bid to D&L Paving Contractors to begin its portion of a regional road resurfacing program. Bogota is a part of the Pascack Valley Cooperative Pricing System, composed of neighboring municipalities that solicit bids for various projects as a group. The bid submitted by D&L of Nutley for all of the road-paving projects within that system was $3.2 million.
Bayonne bridge to close for part of weekend NJ.com, 8/6/15. ...The bridge will be closed from 11:59 p.m. Friday through 8 a.m. Sunday and will be open from then until 9 a.m. Monday. The work is part of an ongoing project to raise the bridge deck.
New Jersey completes safety improvements at NJ Transit crossing ProgressiveRailroading.com, 8/6/15. ProgressiveRailroading.com, 8/6/15. New Jersey government officials gathered earlier this week to unveil safety improvements made to a New Jersey Transit rail crossing in Elmwood Park, N.J.
Upgrades to the Midland Avenue crossing include a queue cutter traffic signal that ties crossing signals to stoplights at nearby intersections. The technology is aimed at helping prevent traffic back-ups onto the tracks, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) staffers said in a statement.
Route 21 ramp closed for $1.8M repair project NJ.com, 8/7/15. CLIFTON—The ramp from Route 21 to Route 3 westbound in Clifton will be closed Friday night as part of a $1.8 million reconstruction project, officials said.
Route 9 Corridor Study To Look At Safety, Traffic NJTPA Mention
Micromediapubs.com, 8/7/15. OCEAN COUNTY – The next look at how to improve the safety of Route 9 amid ongoing development and traffic on the corridor will come during a presentation in the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library on August 18.
Freeholder Board calls on N.J. Turnpike Authority to restore funding for proposed Tremley Point Connector Road NJTPA Mention
NJ.com, 8/7/15. In light of the recent NJ Turnpike accident that snarled the region's traffic flow and stranded workers and truckers for hours at an industrial area in Linden, the Union County Freeholder Board has renewed its call for the construction of a connector road from New Jersey Turnpike Interchange 12 to Linden's Tremley Point area.
Freeholders support Turnpike connector road in Linden NJTPA Mention
MyCentralJersey.com, 8/7/15. LINDEN – The Union County Freeholder Board has joined the city in calling for the construction of a connector road from the New Jersey Turnpike Interchange 12 to Linden’s Tremley Point section.
Amtrak official to speak to lawmakers about long week of delays for N.J. rail passengers NorthJersey.com, 8/7/15. State lawmakers will hear from a top Amtrak official for the first time since a week of grinding delays at a century-old rail tunnel sparked outrage among commuters and a round of finger-pointing among politicians and transit leaders from Washington to Trenton.
New Jersey Rolls Out New Car Seat Law in September Tapinto.net, 8/7/15. CHATHAM, NJ - Infants and toddlers will be required to ride in rear-facing car seats longer, according to a recently signed New Jersey law that will go into effect in September.
Passaic County paving projects in West Milford NorthJersey.com, 8/6/15. A trio of county paving projects is on tap for the first two weeks of the month.
Contract awarded for paving at Indian Hills in Oakland NorthJersey.com, 8/6/15. OAKLAND – The Ramapo Indian Hills school board has awarded a contract for $111,945 to Crossroads Pavement Management LLC of Nutley for the milling and repaving of the main roadway leading to Indian Hills High School.
Oakland commuters hit with parking fees NorthJersey.com, 8/6/15. Oakland — Residents are up in arms over the recent announcement that the Copper Tree Mall has begun charging for commuter parking spots that have been long used at no cost.
NewJersey Has a Solution to Rail Misery: Stay Home Bloomberg.com, 8/6/15. For six days in July, equipment failures forced New Jersey Transit trains to share a single Hudson River tunnel, delaying Manhattan commuters as long as 90 minutes.
Closter Council backs policy for rail safety measure that targets moving flammable substances like Bakken crude NorthJersey, 8/6/15. CLOSTER - The governing body offered its support for establishing rail safety measures tied to transporting crude oil on DOT-111 rail cars through Bergen County.
N.J. Senate hearing to focus on NJ Transit, Amtrak's 4 days of delays NJ.com, 8/6/15. ...Amtrak officials will take center stage on Monday answering questions about how much borrowed time the 105-year-old Hudson River tunnels are living on and what are the options if one closes, the infrastructure problems that led to four days of commuter train delays on the week of July 20 and other issues plaguing the Northeast Corridor.
New Jersey completes safety improvements at NJ Transit crossing Progressive Railroading, 8/6/15. New Jersey government officials gathered earlier this week to unveil safety improvements made to a New Jersey Transit rail crossing in Elmwood Park, N.J. Upgrades to the Midland Avenue crossing include a queue cutter traffic signal that ties crossing signals to stoplights at nearby intersections. The technology is aimed at helping prevent traffic back-ups onto the tracks, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) staffers said in a statement.
Officials mark end of Belleville paving project NorthJersey.com, 8/5/15. NorthJersey.com, 8/5/15. County and township officials celebrated the completed repaving of Belleville Avenue in Belleville on Wednesday morning near the Senior Building in Essex County Belleville Park. Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. cut a ribbon that signified the restoration of one of Belleville's main roads, through the 2015 Essex County Roadway Resurfacing Program.
How cross-honoring your tickets costs NJ Transit major money NJ.com, 8/5/15. When NJ Transit decides to ask other carriers to cross honor rail or bus tickets, the fare paid by the agency can hit six figures.
Jersey City unveils locations of bike-share stations NJ.com, 8/5/15. JERSEY CITY — Nearly every neighborhood in Jersey City will have at least one Citi Bike station, part of an effort to allow every resident in the city to participate in the launch of the bike-share program, city officials said today.
Profile: She's Tuned Into All Things Transportation in the Garden State NJ Spotlight, 8/5/15. Janna Chernetz of the Tri-State Transportation Campaign is keeping close watch on NJ’s roads, rails, streets, cars, bikes, buses, etc.
NJ Transit offer for rail workers includes 10-percent pay raise, health insurance cost increase NorthJersey.com, 8/4/15. NJ Transit has offered its unionized rail workers a 10-percent pay increase over 7.5 years, according to a summary released by a coalition of union groups. But that raise would be offset by a big increase in employees’ health insurance costs, which could translate to a pay cut for about 1,400 workers, according to the unions.
NJ TRANSIT Monitoring Rail Repairs, Says Amtrak ‘Doing Everything Necessary’ NewYork.CBSLocal.com, 8/4/15. ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — As Amtrak continues to fix the power problems blamed for several recent delays on the rails, NJ TRANSIT ExecutiveDirector Ronnie Hakim says her agency is watching the work “very carefully.”
How much has been spent on Turnpike extension? NJ.com, 8/4/15. Does the project to put new bridge decks on the New Jersey Turnpike Hudson County extension seem like it has taken longer than the length of the elevated roadway across Hudson County?
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