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White House Offers States $470M for Roads, Bridges

The Obama administration will make nearly half a billion dollars in unspent highway funds available to states that promise to use the money to create jobs and improve transportation.

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Do You Think New Jersey Roads Are Safer?

Highway deaths declined again last year, reaching their lowest rate when compared to miles driven since such record-keeping began in 1921, according preliminary government data released Monday.

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Flickr User KimCarpenter NJ
Flickr User KimCarpenter NJ
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New Jersey Roadwork Underway [AUDIO/VIDEO]

New Jersey drivers have had the pleasure of living in the state with the third-lowest gas tax in the nation. However, drivers have been paying in other ways, like car repairs.

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Flickr User Dougtone
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NJ Transportation Borrowing Reaches a Roadblock

Lawmakers are questioning whether Gov. Chris Christie is doing enough to wean New Jersey off its reliance on borrowing to pay for transportation projects.

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Flickr User KimCarpenter NJ
Flickr User KimCarpenter NJ
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Roads, Rails Discussed At NJ Assembly Budget Hearing

How are your tax dollars being spent on the state's roads and rails?

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Flickr User Dougtone
Flickr User Dougtone
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Route 130: New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Road For Pedestrians [AUDIO]

More than 400 pedestrians were killed on New Jersey's roadways over the last three years. A new report by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign identifies the most dangerous roads throughout the state.

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NJ Roads
Flickr User Doug Kerr
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Transportation Boosted to Top of Political Agenda

After years of procrastination, the White House and Congress have suddenly boosted a long-term plan to improve the nation's roads, bridges and transit systems to the top of the political agenda.

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Flickr User MSVG
Flickr User MSVG
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Potholes? What Potholes?? [AUDIO]

Last year at this time New Jersey was buried under several feet of snow pack - and thousands of potholes were opening up on roads all over the Garden state.

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Flickr User Doug Tone
Flickr User Doug Tone
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Federal Transportation Dollars For Jersey Could Soon Be Cut [AUDIO]

With continuing partisan bickering in Washington D.C. - and unresolved questions about America's debt problem - there is growing concern that Congress may soon decide to cut the amount of federal transportation funding given to the states.

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Like Driving On The Surface Of The Moon

Its been like driving on the surface of the moon, but with (hopefully) a better suspension than the Lunar Rover.

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