Number of The Day

October 12, 2010 | Number of The Day
NJ Transit expects to deliver 46 million riders across the Hudson River this year, a 150 percent increase in the past decade and a quadruple increase since 1984. If Gov. ...
October 8, 2010 | Number of The Day
The money that the Christie administration says has already been spent on the ARC (Access to the Regional Core) tunnel is $478 million. Other estimates put it as high as ...
October 7, 2010 | Number of The Day
New Jersey’s 73 acute care hospitals employed 115,672 full-time people in 2009, according to the New Jersey Hospitals Association's 2010 Economic Impact Report. Total employment, including part-time workers, was 145,000. ...
October 6, 2010 | Number of The Day
Deer hunting season started this week, and permits went on sale to the general public yesterday. Last season, which ran from September 12 to February 20, 2010, hunters took 52,783 ...
October 5, 2010 | Number of The Day
Asthma is thought to be aggravated, if not caused by, pollutants and allergens, including dust mites, dander and mold. So it may come as a surprise that New Jerseyans rank ...
October 4, 2010 | Number of The Day
A $1.75 billion bond sale has become the focus of a dispute that erupted late Friday afternoon, when the Christie administration abruptly called a halt to all work on state ...
October 1, 2010 | Number of The Day
New Jersey has 203 MW of solar power installed via 6,800 projects statewide, according to the NJ Board of Public Utilities, which says that makes it number two in terms ...
September 30, 2010 | Number of The Day
There are 3.5 million housing units in NJ, 10 percent of which are vacant, according to the newly released American Community Survey conducted each year by the U.S. Census Bureau. ...
September 29, 2010 | Number of The Day
Despite our population density and economic troubles, New Jerseyans rank slightly below average when it comes to high blood pressure, compared with the rest of the country. Some 28.1 percent ...
September 28, 2010 | Number of The Day
It’s a pretty big number to wrap your mind around, but it represents an important statistic: the hottest summer on record resulted in record electricity usage -- 203,681,531 megawatts of ...