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431 pothole damage claims on NJ-owned roads — and NJ almost never pays them

It's one of the most cringe-worthy moments while driving on New Jersey's roads — going over a pothole you never saw coming.

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It’s (usually) illegal to warm your car in your own NJ driveway

There's little less pleasant in the winter than getting into a freezing-cold car. But the best way to warm it is to drive it, the state says.

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State Sen. Jennifer Beck and Bill Spadea.
State Sen. Jennifer Beck and Bill Spadea.
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Is this the plan to pay for NJ’s roads and rail … without a gas tax hike?

Sen. Jen Beck, on Bill Spadea's morning show, unveiled a revised plan she says taxes care of New Jersey's infrastructure without burdening taxpayers.

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Sen. Paul Sarlo discusses his framework for a Transportation Trust Fund compromise (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media)
Sen. Paul Sarlo discusses his framework for a Transportation Trust Fund compromise (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media)
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Democrat puts deal on the table: 3 tax cuts for gas-tax hike

Sen. Paul Sarlo laid out the framework for a potential deal on the Transportation Trust Fund – reducing three taxes in exchange for a hike in the gas tax.

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Road work fund broke by August, but transporta-zen commish urges calm

New Jersey: Decoded — Sixteen weeks until New Jersey can't pay its construction bills, the transportation commissioner tells lawmakers: I'm not worried. A solution will be found.

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Is 65 mph too slow for NJ? This lawmaker says raise the speed limit!

Speed limits increase this spring on most of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and at least one New Jersey lawmaker is eyeing the possibility of the same change here.

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Governor Chris Christie announces the selection of new leaders for the state’s Department of Transportation (DOT) and Board of Public Utilities (BPU), including a new President of the BPU, two BPU commissioners, and a new Transportation Commissioner while at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Jamie Fox will serve again as New Jersey’s next Department of Transportation Commissioner and Richard Mroz will serve as the next President of the BPU.
Governor Chris Christie announces the selection of new leaders for the state’s Department of Transportation (DOT) and Board of Public Utilities (BPU), including a new President of the BPU, two BPU commissioners, and a new Transportation Commissioner while at the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Jamie Fox will serve again as New Jersey’s next Department of Transportation Commissioner and Richard Mroz will serve as the next President of the BPU. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie nominates Democrat for key cabinet job

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie has chosen a former top aide to Democratic Gov. Jim McGreevey to be New Jersey's new transportation commissioner.

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Report: Red-Light Cameras Reducing Crashes

State Transportation Department officials have found fewer crashes at intersections equipped with red-light cameras in New Jersey.

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Roads, School Routes Improving With Grants

Nearly $6.8 million is headed to towns in 17 counties for local road and safety projects.

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New Jersey’s Pothole Problem [AUDIO]

Eric Scott talked to NJ Department of Transportation Commissioner Jim Simpson about potholes and being ready for winter snow.

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