The city is partnering with Via Transportation on a system that will better connect neighborhoods that are lacking in mass transit.
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.
The Port Authority recently finalized an agreement with a company to provide 20 secure bicycle parking spots inside a “pod” outside the Journal Square PATH station.
After a nine-month hiatus, NJ Transit announced it has resumed service on its Philadelphia to Atlantic City line.
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.
The helistop on the family's farm in Tewksbury was approved amidst controversy and with restrictions nearly a decade ago. Now, they want some of those restrictions lifted.
The City of Hoboken has announced plans to launch an electric scooter rental program.
With the only commuter rail tunnels dating back over a century, Jersey Digs has learned that New Jersey Transit is starting to create contingency plans.
Light Rail service at three Jersey City stops will be suspended starting in June.
Finally, there's some good transportation news to report for Jersey City.