“‘Thousands of bridges are crumbling, New Jerseyans are paying an extra $600 a year on automobile repairs directly related to our dilapidated roads, and property taxes will go up as municipalities are cut off from much needed funds for local projects,’ Lalevee said. ‘The Governor needs to work in a bipartisan manner, as do legislative leaders, to fund the Transportation Trust Fund.'”
Our roads and bridges have a profound impact on our everyday quality of life and the state’s economic well-being.
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