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New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund provides millions of dollars every year to counties and municipalities for local infrastructure projects. This includes Bergen County, which has received over $18 … Read More

New Jersey’s 2016 Infrastructure Report Card from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is in, and if we were New Jersey we’d put a couple of pillows in our … Read More

A Philly.com story looks at the economic recovery happening in Florence, NJ, and draws a simple conclusion – infrastructure has fueled the boom.
“Creation of the River Line light-rail route between … Read More

When it was opened in 1931, the George Washington Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world, nearly twice as long as the previous record holder, the Ambassador Bridge … Read More

This simple video lays out the benefits and risks of the Gateway Rail Tunnel Project in four minutes. Well worth your time…. Read More

With state transportation projects grounded, New Jersey’s job market faltered in July while the rest of the nation showed strong gains.

 

The state lost 4,700 jobs and its unemployment rate ticked … Read More

Did you know that New Jersey has one of the most advanced transportation research facilities in the country? That’s right, the Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation … Read More

Road construction has evolved from simply paving old horse and wagon trails to a multi-disciplinary approach to building safe and cost-effective roads. A shout out to the Delaware Valley Regional … Read More

As the shutdown continues, the cost could grow to as high as $9 million per week in lost sales, wages and economic activity throughout the state. Over time, the reduction … Read More

“Several miles from Princeton, drivers are playing chicken as they detour across a single-lane bridge. In Summit, the prolonged shutdown of a century-old crossing has forced nearby businesses to lay … Read More

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