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New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund (NJTTF) supports municipalities with grants for local infrastructure projects and by funding projects statewide. The NJTTF will go bankrupt by July unless legislative and gubernatorial … Read More

New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund (NJTTF) supports municipalities with grants for local infrastructure projects. The NJTTF will go bankrupt by July unless legislative and gubernatorial action is taken.

The following grants … Read More

Police reports have documented a recurring problem at the crossing where traffic can get backed up onto the tracks. Drivers have gotten stuck in between the closing crossing gates when a train is coming.
http://pix11.com/2015/04/07/construction-underway-at-most-dangerous-railroad-crossing-in-region/

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Williams Transco has revised its plans for the $650 million natural gas pipeline through the environmentally-sensitive Princeton Ridge to include tunneling under wetlands and bodies of water.

 

Transco’s plans for the … Read More

Packed house for ‪#‎NJEIT‬ seminar hosted by @ELEC825 on how counties, municipalities and other government authorities can save tax dollars while financing water-related infrastructure projects! @iuoe825 … Read More

Matrix Development Group is moving ahead with its plans for a mixed-use development on a waterfront site adjacent to the Newark Legal Center and Panasonic’s North American headquarters, the firm’s … Read More

Must watch TV! Let’s keep infrastructure boring, like it should be. Laugh and then share. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver dedicates a whole segment to infrastructure!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wpzvaqypav8

It is easy to build opposition to pipelines. They are not popular. And there are legitimate public concerns that must be addressed. Yet, the infrastructure is essential to heating our … Read More

Help support NJ’s energy infrastructure. Click here and show your support for the Penn East Pipeline.

http://penneastpipeline.com/takeaction/

ELEC advocated for the “Water Infrastructure Protection Act” that was signed into law by Gov. Christie.

 

 

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