They're supposed to help keep traffic moving, but many Garden State motorists don't like or trust them. Traffic circles have been around for decades in New Jersey, but they are slowly being phased out in favor of what are called roundabouts.
As congestion on New Jersey roads and highways keeps getting worse, a growing number of commuters are using back roads on their trip to and from work. The new traffic patterns have resulted in jams, especially in parts of Central Jersey, and new headaches for the state Department of Transportation (…
Responding to a new report that finds New Jersey spends way more on its roads per mile than any other state, without much to show for it, the state says keeping the roads safe and comfortable is a top priority and one that's made progress over the past few years.
If you've been on the roads in New Jersey, you've encountered a pothole or two. The rough winter has left some the size of craters across the state and they are wreaking havoc on cars and causing motorists a great deal of misery.