New Jersey’s hubs in Newark and Jersey City are gaining recognition among value-seeking Manhattan commuters.
The Mile Square City’s population has been rising for over two decades, but what can be done to make it easier for residents who work in and around the city?
Plans for the Passaic-Bergen Passenger Service Restoration Project in Northern New Jersey, which would serve several Paterson neighborhoods. have resumed.
The hearing regarding a proposed new tunnel under North Bergen, Union City, Hoboken, and the Hudson River will be held this week.
Plans are moving forward to add a ferry dock at Mack-Cali's quickly-transforming riverfront complex.
Eight new stations were supposed to be built along the former Lackawanna Cutoff, but construction has yet to begin on the first stop.
A new transit proposal by NYC-based ReThink Studios builds on the Gateway Project and suggests a regional system.
If you get to Manhattan’s Penn Station via NJ Transit’s Morris & Essex line, your commute is about to get complicated.
Not the most transparent transit option, but the Jersey jitneys run more frequently, often cost less and typically don't require exact change.
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.