Nearly 10% of the country’s bridges – 58,495 out of 609,539 – were considered structurally deficient last year and needed repairs, the American Road and Transportation Builders Association reported Thursday…. Read More

The last time the gas tax was raised in 1988, torn and bleached jeans and Ray Ban aviator sunglasses were hot and George Michael’s “Faith” was the number … Read More

”Traffic is like cholesterol in the arteries of commerce; it threatens jobs and economic growth…The Transportation Trust Fund is going to keep our arteries flowing freely and keep our economy … Read More

“‘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 … Read More

Mayors in towns across New Jersey will soon get ready to draft municipal budgets with no idea how much local transportation aid they should count on receiving from the state … Read More

“The number one obligation of a licensed plumber is to provide safe water to communities…As soon as we … Read More

This time next year we will have a new president in the White House who will make important decisions about the country’s transportation infrastructure. This includes New Jersey. It’s important … Read More

The Transportation Trust Fund was established in 1984 to provide a stable source of funding for New Jersey’s transportation infrastructure. It worked as designed for years, but it … Read More

As the new year starts, New Jersey faces an infrastructure crisis. Our roads and bridges are deteriorating faster than we can fix them and we have relied too … Read More

There is a lot of anger about taxes in New Jersey, and for good reason-NJ regularly has the highest property taxes in the nation*. That anger spills over to discussions … Read More

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