New Jersey Transit Extension Goes Back to the Drawing Board After Federal Reversal
The Federal Transit Administration rescinded a clearance it granted in 2007, and a planned extension of New Jersey light rail line will suffer the consequences.
New York-to-New Jersey Tunnel to Break Ground
The long-delayed new tunnel linking New York and New Jersey will begin construction in the next month.
How Extreme Heat Impacts Transit
Heat waves are causing damage and delays on commuter trains from New Jersey to Dallas.
Offshore Wind Power Projects Face Financial Headwind
As offshore wind projects along the East Coast stall, so do the country’s emissions reduction goals.
New York Officials Balk at Congestion Pricing Lawsuits
The cordon pricing program ‘is going to happen,’ said New York Governor Kathy Hochul.
NJ v. U.S. DOT: Cordon Pricing in Manhattan
The State of New Jersey filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Transportation on Friday to halt the Manhattan cordon pricing project approved in June by the FHWA, charging that they violated the National Environmental Protection Act.
New Jersey Takes New York to Court Over Congestion Pricing
The state is suing to stop New York City’s proposed congestion pricing program, which New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy says would unfairly penalize Garden State residents.
Gateway Tunnel Awarded Largest-Ever Federal Transit Grant
The $6.8 billion federal grant will fund the construction of a new tunnel at a key crossing under the Hudson River to supplement and replace tunnels damaged in Hurricane Sandy.
A Look at Planned Jersey City Public Housing Redevelopment
Plans for the Holland Gardens complex include a complete reconstruction of the site and mixed-income housing.
New Jersey Offshore Wind Projects Face Opposition
Local critics of Gov. Phil Murphy’s plan to install hundreds of wind turbines off the New Jersey coast plan to sue the state to stop or delay the projects, citing aesthetic, environmental, and economic concerns.
Taking the ADU Model to the Next Level
How can we get more accessory dwelling units built, keep them affordable, and make them a force for increasing racial equity?
Jersey City: A Vision Zero Success Story
The city has gone a full year with no traffic deaths while road violence in the rest of the country continues to grow.
The Crucial Role of Suburban Voters in the Midterms
Suburban voters were instrumental in preventing a 'red wave' on Election Day and on December 6 in the Georgia U.S. Senate runoff election, enabling the Democrats to win a 51st Senate seat.
New Jersey Transit Will Ban Riders Who Assault Workers
As part of a bill passed to protect transit operators from violence and abuse, NJ Transit is creating a policy for banning violent passengers, permanently in some cases.
Vision Zero Successes Show a Path Forward
While traffic deaths in the United States keep rising, progress in cities like Hoboken and New York prove that, with the right resources, eliminating traffic deaths is possible.
Hoboken-Jersey City Bikeway Opens
The new lane will let riders travel between the two cities in a protected bikeway designed to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians.
Hudson Tunnel Project To Move Forward
After facing a series of setbacks, the plan to rehabilitate and expand train tunnels under the Hudson River is moving forward thanks to new federal support.
Jersey City Removes Curb Parking in Favor of Bike Lanes
The city council voted to ban street parking on two streets to pave the way for expanded bike lanes.
Zoning Changes Intended to Spur Redevelopment in Haledon, New Jersey
The borough of Haledon is hoping that less restrictive zoning will spur a new wave of development and economic activity along one of the city's commercial corridors.
New Jersey Governor Seeks to Stop NYC Congestion Pricing
The governor calls the plan a ‘cash grab,’ claiming New Jersey residents did not have adequate opportunities for input.
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