The Bayonne Bridge was raised to allow for larger ships to come to the port in Essex and Hudson Counties. Now, the port is expanding to meet the demand.
Several moves have already been made to improve crowded service along the 119 bus line and locals will have a chance to weigh in at a community meeting on the issue later tonight.
After finally securing a lease with the Port Authority and receiving a federal grant for the ferry terminal, Bayonne is on its way to a quicker commute into New York City.
A large project including a hotel, conference center, three residential buildings, and a waterfront promenade is being considered by officials.
Eight new stations were supposed to be built along the former Lackawanna Cutoff, but construction has yet to begin on the first stop.
In addition to Seastreak service from Bayonne, there could be ferry service to Manhattan from South Amboy and Carteret.
New details have been revealed about a developer’s plan to turn the West Side Avenue Hudson-Bergen Light Rail park and ride in Jersey City into a massive complex with 860 units, office space, retail space, and a charter school.
The Port Authority is seeking your input as it looks to extend PATH service to Newark Liberty International Airport.
After a nine-month hiatus, NJ Transit announced it has resumed service on its Philadelphia to Atlantic City line.
After years of planning and delays, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system should soon start living up to its name and be extended into several Bergen county towns, an expansion that will take a huge step forward when the state’s Transportation Trust Fund is replenished.