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There's renewed discussion about extending the number 7 NYC subway line into New Jersey. (Spencer Platt, Getty Images News)
There's renewed discussion about extending the number 7 NYC subway line into New Jersey. (Spencer Platt, Getty Images News)
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Secaucus subway stop plan gets new round of discussion

With traffic congestion getting worse between New Jersey and New York, there's renewed discussion about the idea of extending a Big Apple subway line into the Garden State.

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Gov. Chris Christie, on ‘Ask the Governor”
Gov. Chris Christie, on ‘Ask the Governor”
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NJ Transportation Fund – How would you replenish it?

In case you weren’t watching, here’s a brief summary of Governor Christie’s Budget Address:
The upcoming budget is to be 33.8 billion dollars with no new taxes imposed. It’s less by 2.3 billion that had been put in place in 2008

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Cars travel under the Longfellow Bridge, which has been undergoing repair, during snowfall in Boston, Feb. 17.  (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Cars travel under the Longfellow Bridge, which has been undergoing repair, during snowfall in Boston, Feb. 17. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
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Highway, bridge funding at issue in many states besides NJ

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Touted as one of the first interstate highways, a 200-mile span of Interstate 70 between suburban St. Louis and Kansas City stands as a prime example of the challenges facing the nation's roads.

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Assembly Chambers (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Gas tax debate breaks down along party lines in Trenton

Several Republican lawmakers are on the record saying they will not vote in favor of a gas tax increase if that is the solution for replenishing the nearly bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund. That's not stopping Democratic leaders from calling for bipartisan support of any plan to add to the TTF.

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Debating a gas tax hike versus spending cuts

As Gov. Chris Christie and state legislators scramble to find the best way to replenish the almost bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund, the debate continues about how best to accomplish this task.

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Assembly Speaker Vinnie Prieto and Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
Assembly Speaker Vinnie Prieto and Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Tax trade-off proposed to solve transportation funding problem

The top two Democrats in the State Legislature say reducing taxes on retirees, inheritances and estates in exchange for an unspecified tax increase to replenish the nearly bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund is part of the ongoing negotiations with Gov. Chris Christie.

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Gas tax hike debate rages on in NJ

Top legislators, policymakers and local officials descended on Trenton Wednesday for the State League of Municipalities 25th Annual Mayors' Legislative Day. There was universal agreement that the nearly-bankrupt Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) must be replenished, but the debate over where the state will find the money to do that raged on.

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Transportation Trust Fund closer to depletion

Despite all the talk about hammering out a deal to find a dedicated funding source for the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund, lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie have not been able to reach an agreement yet. If no deal is reached by July 1, the TTF will officially go bankrupt and most road and bridge projects will be halted.

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More bridges close as maintenance money runs out in NJ

With New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund scheduled to run out of cash this summer, the state is being dotted with shuttered bridges that will remain closed indefinitely.

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Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse in 2013
Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse in 2013 (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie, Democrats at odds over tax cuts and hikes

In his State of the State Address, Gov. Chris Christie called on the Democrat-controlled NJ Legislature to lower taxes while also pledging to veto any income tax increase he gets from lawmakers. Democratic leaders fired back and said the governor has to consider every revenue-raising option to help turn New Jersey's economy around.

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