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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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PATH Train (Flickr user Scott Teresi)
PATH Train (Flickr user Scott Teresi)
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PATH On Pace To Set a Ridership Record This Year

For the second consecutive year, PATH ridership through the first six months of 2012 is on pace to set a new record.  During the period January 1 through June 30, 2012, PATH ridership is about four percent ahead of last year's record pace.

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Flickr User davidwilson1949
Flickr User davidwilson1949
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NJ Transit Gets Millions For Bus Upgrades [AUDIO]

New Jersey is getting more than 76 million dollars in grant money from the Feds to upgrade New Jersey Transit's bus fleet.

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NJ Transit bus (YouTube)
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No Fare Increase In New NJ Transit Budget [AUDIO]

There's some good news for Jersey commuters who get to work on a train or a bus.

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Obama to Sign Student Loan, Transportation Bill on Friday

President Barack Obama on Friday plans to sign into law legislation that prevents interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students and maintains jobs on transportation projects across the nation.

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Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
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Obama Signs Stop-Gap Highway, Student Loan Bill

President Barack Obama has signed a short-term bill that avoids interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students and maintains jobs on transportation projects across the nation.

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New Jersey Roads
Flickr User Dougtone
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Transportation Spending Bill Advances

New Jersey lawmakers have advanced a bill to do road construction and other transportation projects despite lawmakers' misgivings about borrowing to pay for it.

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Walt Whitman Bridge
Walt Whitman Bridge (Photo courtesy of Delaware River Port Authority via drpa.org)
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NJ Lawmakers Call for More Transparency Among Transportation Authorities

They're funded through tax dollars and tolls.  Yet, a March report on the Delaware River Port Authority found millions of dollars in toll money misspent and misused over the last decade. 

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Essex County Airport To Get Improvement Cash

Today, U.S. Senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration has awarded the Essex County Improvement Authority $544,000 in funds to improve the Essex County Airport.

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Flickr User Doug Tone
Flickr User Doug Tone
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Despite Complaints, The NJDOT Insists Progress Is Being Made [AUDIO]

Many Jersey commuters are constantly complaining about over-crowding on trains and highways, but the head of the New Jersey Department of Transportation insists progress is being made.

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