Almost 17% of the Garden State’s roadways are considered to be in poor condition and several other Northeast states had similarly poor rankings.
Transportation between Manhattan, New Jersey, and Staten Island are one of the highest frustrations for commuters and residents alike. However, the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation’s latest project development may have the solution.
A new transit proposal by NYC-based ReThink Studios builds on the Gateway Project and suggests a regional system.
Just 4 years ago, Jersey City was struggling to connect bike paths to Hoboken. Now that seems so, pardon the pun, pedestrian, as JC is now part of a 3000-mile bike path connecting Maine to Key West!
A long-stalled study related to an effort to replace two aging train tunnels to New York City has finally been released.
The Port Authority announced that improvements set for the system will increase capacity by 40% on the Newark-World Trade Center trains and add 20% capacity to other lines by 2022.
Plans are underway to create a statewide greenway connecting Jersey City with Phillipsburg along the former Morris Canal route. The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority recently put out a request for proposals for consultant assistance to support development of the project.
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.
Two community associations have penned a letter opposing the 2,360-unit plan, while two other groups support the proposal due to affordable housing and public benefits that are included.
Improvements to Bayonne’s aging water supply infrastructure could be forthcoming.