Almost 17% of the Garden State’s roadways are considered to be in poor condition and several other Northeast states had similarly poor rankings.
A long-stalled study related to an effort to replace two aging train tunnels to New York City has finally been released.
A massive effort that will update infrastructure, build green space, and provide flood relief to vulnerable areas of Hoboken, Weehawken, and Jersey City should take about four years to build out.
Boraie has submitted plans to build seven five-story buildings, retail space, and parking at properties near the Garfield Avenue Light Rail station.
The oldest portion of Newark Airport is set to be replaced with a new one-million-square-foot facility slated to open next year.
The city appears to have settled on a design for a new greenspace near the Weehawken border, which is a major component of a $220 million flood mitigation project that has seen significant delays.
Barnabas Health is looking to advance a floodproofing and hazard mitigation project that will revamp their 15-acre campus to better protect the facility from extreme weather events.
After almost five years rehabilitating a nearby ventilation tower, the Port Authority has unveiled a 10,000-square foot waterfront greenspace that includes enhanced lighting, benches, and landscaping.
The work, set to start soon, includes roadway repaving, modernized traffic signals, and several additions like new streetlights, decorative benches, and more.
As construction to reconfigure several roadways near the $345 million development is set to wrap, the county has launched a website to keep the public informed as the four-phased plan progresses.