New Jersey Transit had a hurricane plan to move its trains to higher ground before Superstorm Sandy hit, a newspaper found, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives and rail cars to low-lying rail yards, resulting in more than $100 million damage.
The state cannot be short-sighted in its storm recovery from Superstorm Sandy warns a former Department of Environmental Protection commissioner during a joint Senate-Assembly panel on the pace of rebuilding.
Federal investigators have questioned officials in Seaside Heights, where a roller coaster famously plunged into the sea during Superstorm Sandy, about bills the community submitted for cleanup and recovery.
A Jersey shore town is appealing to the federal government to build dunes at the end of three streets that were excluded from a beach replenishment project because homeowners wouldn't sign access papers to allow the work.
Nine months after Superstorm Sandy, AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning Garden State residents that numerous vehicles that were submerged in flood waters and salt water to varying degrees are showing up on used car lots.