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  • Cyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington Bridge

    Cyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington Bridge

    Friday, April 20 2018 9:04 PM EDT2018-04-21 01:04:51 GMT
    Cyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington BridgeCyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington Bridge
    Cyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington BridgeCyclists say they want improvements made to George Washington Bridge

    A reconstruction project on the George Washington Bridge is underway, but some cyclists say that the plans don't include a sufficient bike path.

    A reconstruction project on the George Washington Bridge is underway, but some cyclists say that the plans don't include a sufficient bike path.

  • PATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voice

    PATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voice

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 7:34 PM EDT2018-04-17 23:34:00 GMT
    PATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voicePATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voice
    PATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voicePATH conductor brings smiles to commuters with unique voice

    A PATH train conductor from New Jersey often brings smiles to the faces of commuters through the unique voice he uses to make announcements.

    A PATH train conductor from New Jersey often brings smiles to the faces of commuters through the unique voice he uses to make announcements.

  • NJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safety

    NJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safety

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 5:19 PM EDT2018-04-17 21:19:14 GMT
    NJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safetyNJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safety
    NJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safetyNJ DOT to remove some trees along Route 33 for traffic safety

    The New Jersey Department of Transportation will soon begin removing some trees along a stretch of Route 33 in Monmouth County in order to make the roadway safer.

    The New Jersey Department of Transportation will soon begin removing some trees along a stretch of Route 33 in Monmouth County in order to make the roadway safer.

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    NJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding

    NJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding

    Wednesday, April 11 2018 7:59 AM EDT2018-04-11 11:59:40 GMT
    NJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowdingNJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding
    NJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowdingNJ Transit to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding

    New Jersey Transit is set to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding.

    New Jersey Transit is set to borrow train cars from Maryland to ease overcrowding.

  • Ocean County cracks down on distracted driving

    Ocean County cracks down on distracted driving

    Thursday, March 29 2018 7:57 PM EDT2018-03-29 23:57:32 GMT

    Ocean County law enforcement officers will be cracking down on distracted drivers in April.

    Ocean County law enforcement officers will be cracking down on distracted drivers in April.

  • VIDEO: News conference on Amtrak improvements, maintenance plans

    VIDEO: News conference on Amtrak improvements, maintenance plans

    VIDEO: News conference on Amtrak improvements, maintenance plans

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    NJ lawmakers take inspection tour of Hoboken Terminal 7 months after fatal train derailment

    Officials tour terminal where train crashed

    Three New Jersey lawmakers took a tour of the Hoboken Terminal Monday to see how repairs were going seven months after the fatal train derailment there.Three New Jersey lawmakers took a tour of the Hoboken Terminal Monday to see how repairs were going seven months after the fatal train derailment there.

    hree New Jersey lawmakers took a tour of the Hoboken Terminal Monday to see how repairs were going seven months after the fatal train derailment there. Senate President Steve Sweeney, budget committee chairman Paul Sarlo and legislative oversight committee chairman Bob Gordon joined New Jersey Transit officials on the tour. The repairs have been causing some overcrowding inside the station, as well as causing some confusion for passengers. Officials say that the reason repairs are t...

    Three New Jersey lawmakers took a tour of the Hoboken Terminal Monday to see how repairs were going seven months after the fatal train derailment there.

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    Plans for transportation trust fund move forward

    Plans for transportation trust fund move forward

    Plans for New Jersey’s transportation trust fund are moving forward with a $400 million boost.Plans for New Jersey’s transportation trust fund are moving forward with a $400 million boost.

    Plans for New Jersey’s transportation trust fund are moving forward with a $400 million boost. 

    Plans for New Jersey’s transportation trust fund are moving forward with a $400 million boost. 

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    Pulaski Skyway reopening delayed third time to spring 2018

    Pulaski Skyway reopening delayed third time to spring 2018

    The full reopening of the Pulaski Skyway has been delayed a third time to spring 2018, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation.The full reopening of the Pulaski Skyway has been delayed a third time to spring 2018, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
    The full reopening of the Pulaski Skyway has been delayed a third time to spring 2018, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The project was supposed to be completed this summer, but officials say that contractors are now working to replace retaining walls between the skyway and Route 139. This was not originally part of the rehabilitation plan. Officials say that if the walls are not replaced now, they will need to be replaced in a few years, leading to future c...
    The full reopening of the Pulaski Skyway has been delayed a third time to spring 2018, according to the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The project was supposed to be completed this summer, but officials say that contractors are now working to replace retaining walls between the skyway and Route 139. This was not originally part of the rehabilitation plan. Officials say that if the walls are not replaced now, they will need to be replaced in a few years, leading to future c...
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    Officials say the Gateway Tunnel Project still 2 years away from starting

    Officials: Gateway Tunnel project ‘a long way off’

    Officials of the Gateway Tunnel Project say it will be at least two years before construction begins on the new railroad tunnel connecting New Jersey to New York.Officials of the Gateway Tunnel Project say it will be at least two years before construction begins on the new railroad tunnel connecting New Jersey to New York.

    Officials of the Gateway Tunnel Project say it will be at least two years before construction begins on the new railroad tunnel connecting New Jersey to New York.

    Officials of the Gateway Tunnel Project say it will be at least two years before construction begins on the new railroad tunnel connecting New Jersey to New York.

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    New Jersey officials want to see changes to airline practices after United overbooking incident

    NJ officials want changes to airline practices after United incident

    Some of New Jersey’s top officials are looking to see changes made to rules allowing airlines to overbook or “bump” paying passengers from flights after a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in Chicago.Some of New Jersey’s top officials are looking to see changes made to rules allowing airlines to overbook or “bump” paying passengers from flights after a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in Chicago.

    Some of New Jersey’s top officials are looking to see changes made to rules allowing airlines to overbook or “bump” paying passengers from flights after a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in Chicago. 

    Some of New Jersey’s top officials are looking to see changes made to rules allowing airlines to overbook or “bump” paying passengers from flights after a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in Chicago. 

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