But AAA survey finds 88% of New Jersey residents plan to stay home
Overlooked budgetary move by Murphy administration, legislative Democrats meant half a billion dollars in additional spending stayed out of the limelight
A Regional Plan Association report found about three-quarters of local bus riders in New Jersey to be essential workers.
Under new administration, we can expect rebuilding of tunnels that are vital to the region’s livelihood
MetroFocus host Jenna Flanagan talks moderates a discussion about the future of mass transit.
Opponents fought development in Kearny, saying it contradicted Murphy administration’s energy goals
‘Policymakers should consider adopting a per-mile-traveled user fee to replace the gasoline tax’
A&C in Jersey City at first suspended the No. 31 bus because of low ridership. Now, under public pressure, it has restored some service to ...
The gas tax on both regular and diesel fuel is going up 9.3 cents a gallon. In a matter of just four years, New Jersey ...
At height of coronavirus lockdown, only one of 23 routes was operating. Now, nearly all are back but service is limited