EconomicDevNews-TrainParking_1200x627

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Nov2015
A roundtable organized by NJ Senate Democrats and attended by state and local officials discussed the value of mass transit and its importance in the vitality of downtowns around the state. Attended by NJ Senate President Stephen Sweeney, Senator Loretta Weinberg, and others, the Trenton event brought to light the ... Read More
November 17, 2015John Flores
InfrastructureNews-TollboothNight_1200x627

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Nov2015
“Let’s say you get on the train from Princeton to New Brunswick today...That’s 16 miles. It takes you 20 minutes by train. All of a sudden there’s delays and they can’t get on that train, so they hop in their car. That’s 45 minutes today. You put all of the ... Read More
November 12, 2015John Flores
InfrastructureNews-TollboothNight_1200x627

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Nov2015
You thought that you had it bad? Be happy that you weren't in China at the end of Golden Week. The traffic there made NJ summer shore traffic look like a walk in the park. Read the full story (including amazing photos and video) here.
November 6, 2015John Flores
InfrastructureNews-NJTransit_1200x627

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Oct2015
Built more than a century ago, the fraying tubes that carry NJ Transit and Amtrak trains are the biggest chokepoint in the Northeast, and the source of frequent delays for commuters. For years, the tunnels have needed extended repairs that are impossible to do while keeping trains running. The situation ... Read More
October 30, 2015John Flores
InfrastructureNews-commute_1200x627

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Oct2015
How bad is our traffic? According to the most recent congestion scorecard from INRIX, the popular traffic app, the New York metropolitan area, in which New Jersey is lumped, is fifth worst in the United States, behind Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin.   More than 40 percent of our roads ... Read More
October 15, 2015John Flores