Bayonne’s status as North Jersey’s next emerging residential hotspot solidified last Friday when city officials met with the Port Authority to discuss a proposed ferry route to Manhattan.
Staten Island has secured $4 million in the MTA’s budget to find out if a light rail connecting the NYC borough to New Jersey is feasible.
A long-stalled study related to an effort to replace two aging train tunnels to New York City has finally been released.
A new plan designed to calm traffic and beautify the streetscape is in the works for one of Hoboken’s busiest streets, and it hopes to strike a balance that will make drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists all feel more at ease when traveling the corridor.
Looking towards the future, Crain’s asked leading architects, designers and real estate experts their opinions on what large scale projects NYC could undertake to help accommodate its surging population. One proposal stands out for its inclusion of Northern New Jersey in NYC’s future.
Almost 17% of the Garden State’s roadways are considered to be in poor condition and several other Northeast states had similarly poor rankings.
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.
The $230 million Rebuild By Design project, which aims to curb flooding in parts of Hoboken, Weehawken and Jersey City, hit another major milestone late last week when the Department of Environmental Protection announced what they’ll be building and what it will look like, although the benefits of the undertaking are still a few years away.
Improvements to Bayonne’s aging water supply infrastructure could be forthcoming.
The Mayor and Senator were among the dozens of notable Newarkers in attendance at Leadership Newark.