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I, like many others, searched to see if there was a reasonable way to fund our necessary infrastructure construction without an increase in the gas tax. It has been flat … Read More

Nearly $129 million in NJDOT managed state infrastructure projects have been halted by executive order. This affects projects throughout the state and will delay the completion of critical infrastructure improvements. That … Read More

The Sarlo-Oroho NJ Transportation Trust Fund Plan will not only provide much needed funding to the state’s nearly bankrupt TTF but it will also provide an income-tax deduction for charitable … Read More

A recent NJ Spotlight story outlines the components of the Sarlo-Oroho plan to fund NJ TTF:

“The fuel tax-policy changes would generate more than $1.3 billion … Read More

The Sarlo-Oroho NJ Transportation Trust Fund Plan will not only provide much needed funding to the state’s nearly bankrupt TTF but it will also provide tax relief for New Jersey’s … Read More

The New Jersey State League of Municipalities has recently echoed what Senator Oraho has been saying – that a failure to fund the NJ Transportation Trust Fund would … Read More

Sen. Steve Oroho, a respected member of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee, stressed that by increasing the gas tax by roughly 20 cents, new revenue would be raised for … Read More

For New Jersey families struggling to make ends meet, the wages lost to extra time commuting or the cost of replacing a tire because of bad roads could mean the … Read More

From President Eisenhower’s Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 which gave us the Interstate Highway System to Governor Kean’s Transportation Trust Fund in 1984 (the first in the country), to … Read More

To me our choice is simple: Either we pay 100 percent of the cost to maintain our roads and bridges through increased property taxes, or we pay 65 percent of … Read More

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