Politico is reporting the project to extend NJ Transit’s Hudson-Bergen Light Rail into Bergen County is moving forward now that the federal government has authorized the publication of a new … Read More

SYNOPSIS The “Water Quality Accountability Act”; imposes certain testing, reporting, management, and infrastructure investment requirements on water purveyors. ELEC825 is a strong advocate for water infrastructure…. Read More

“Plans for a new Port Authority Bus Terminal inched forward Thursday when commissioners of the bi-state agency that owns the Manhattan bus station approved a $32.2 billion capital plan that … Read More

The regional operator of the power grid has approved more than $1.5 billion in new electric transmission projects, but the bulk of the spending will occur in upgrades in the … Read More

[The following Op-Ed from ELEC825 Chairman Greg Lalevee originally appeared in on January 13, 2017]

Fixing pipes should be a priority for all New Jerseyans, not just because … Read More

From newspapers to municipal groups to business groups to fiscal conservative groups, there is broad support for putting NJ’s Transportation Trust Fund in a lockbox by voting YES on Public … Read More

As published in the Asbury Park Press:
“Now that Gov. Chris Christie, the Senate and the Assembly have joined together on a bipartisan compromise to reauthorize the Transportation Trust … Read More

“Supporters of the constitutional dedication it’s the only way to make sure the money isn’t diverted away from the state’s more than 30-year-old Transportation Trust Fund since governors from both … Read More

The Star-Ledger Editorial Board has written a strong endorsement for Public Question 2, arguing that a vote YES protects the newly increased gas tax from legislative skimming and interference.
“the need … Read More

First opened on October 25, 1931, the George Washington Bridge literally changed how people traveled to New York City and helped launch an economic boom in Bergen County. It is … Read More

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