Governor proposes five-year, $8 billion plan to fund construction and repair of New Jersey’s highways, bridges and mass transit system.
Christie hopes that voter support for his spartan budget will translate into what he really wants, a Republican-controlled state government.
A proposed subway to Secaucus and a depleted Transportation Trust Fund are only the beginning.
Gov. Christie rejected a series of federal proposals aimed at keeping ARC alive. His unwavering refusal raises critical public policy questions.
Killing ARC would put Gov. Christie in the 'new' national Republican mainstream -- diametrically opposed to New Jersey's bipartisan tradition.
Will Gov. Christie compromise on a new federal plan to save the ARC tunnel or settle for a quick fix to the bankrupt Transportation Trust ...
Citing billions in potential cost overruns, Gov. Christie killed off the ARC Tunnel. Democrats charged the governor really wants to redirect money to the bankrupt ...
Borrowing has become business as usual as administration goes from one budget crisis to next.
Will Gov. Christie derail the ARC tunnel -- the largest public works project in the nation -- to bail out the bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund?
Subsidies supposedly restricted to redeveloping blighted areas can actually be used in 80 percent of the state's municipalities.
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