Almost every New Jersey governor since William T. Cahill in the early 1970s has discussed merging the state's three toll roads under one government superagency. Each eventually did a U-turn away from the idea.
People across the country are relying less on their own vehicles to get them to work, and depending more overall on public transportation, according to a first-of-its-kind report from New Jersey Public Interest Research Group.
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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