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Gateway Project Still in Design Phase

A planned project to increase the number of trains and tracks going to and from New York City is still in the design phase.

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Flickr User Phillip Capper
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Feds to Study How to Keep NJ Transit Running [VIDEO]

The U.S. Energy Department (DOE) is partnering with New Jersey to develop a plan to build a microgrid that would keep NJ Transit moving if we get hit by another weather system like Superstorm Sandy.

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Many New Jersey Bridges Are Crumbling [AUDIO]

It's a story New Jersey 101.5 News broke a week and a half ago - a new report confirms hundreds of Garden State bridges are decaying because they're so old, and they could pose a danger if they're not fixed.

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Flickr User Alex Goldmark
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Are NJ Bridges Safe? [AUDIO]

There are 6,500 bridges located in New Jersey, and many of them were built decades ago.  But are they safe?

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Route 35 in Brick after Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Route 35 Repaving Delayed Until September

The state Transportation Department is reversing gears on its ambitious plan to rebuild a road that was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ’s Transportation Infrastructure Is In Trouble, Report Says [AUDIO]

Year after year, according to a brand new report, New Jersey has deferred investment in the major sectors of infrastructure.

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Flickr User Doug Kerr
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NJ Proposes Billions for Transportation Upgrades

New Jersey transportation officials are proposing a $3.8 billion capital program for the 2014 fiscal year.

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Snow, Ice Removal Cost NJ a Bundle This Winter

Last year, snow and ice removal cost the State of New Jersey $20.7 million.

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NJ Highway Rest Stops Could Soon Have Sponsors

Today, the State Senate Transportation Committee has approved a bill to let private companies sponsor rest areas along New Jersey highways. The idea is to help ease the burden on taxpayers for maintenance and upkeep. Senator Donald Norcross sponsors the measure.

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More than 4,000 Flights Canceled as Nor’easter Hits Northeast

Airlines are generally shutting down their operations this afternoon at the three big New York-area airports, as well as in Boston, Providence and other Northeastern airports.

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