Commuters in New Jersey may be enjoying a picturesque commute with the colorful yellow, orange, red and green leaves. But, when those leaves begin to fall from the trees, it creates an historic problem for rails
The Borough of Dunellen has become the latest municipality accepted into the New Jersey Department of Transportation's statewide Transit Village program. Acting Governor Kim Guadagno made the announcement today, making the borough the 26th to join the program which will work to revitalize the neighborhood near Dunellen's public transportation facilities.
The New Jersey Senate today passed today legislation to create a Passenger Rail Study Commission in response to a recent Office of Legislative Services report that there are no efforts to regionalize rail lines. This volunteer commission will determine how to best utilize existing rail infrastructure.
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