Hoboken will now attempt to negotiate the purchase of the waterfront property from NY Waterway, who wish to build a refueling, maintenance, and repair facility at the site.
Eight new stations were supposed to be built along the former Lackawanna Cutoff, but construction has yet to begin on the first stop.
The major financial firm, which has corporate offices on both sides of the Hudson, is planning to operate its own ferry across the river.
New information has been revealed about a project on Green Street in Downtown Newark that we first told you about last year.
The bike share giant will launch for the first time in Hoboken during the fall and is set to add 15 new stations to Jersey City’s streets during 2021.
Not the most transparent transit option, but the Jersey jitneys run more frequently, often cost less and typically don't require exact change.
New Jersey’s hubs in Newark and Jersey City are gaining recognition among value-seeking Manhattan commuters.
A deal for cross-river transit out of a new terminal in Bayonne could gain final approvals next month.
The Port Authority is seeking your input as it looks to extend PATH service to Newark Liberty International Airport.
Today and next Tuesday, the Port Authority will convene to get feedback about and discuss their largest ever $32.2 billion proposed 2017-2026 Capital Plan. One topic up for discussion is the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport.