Dozens of train cars that are no longer used by NJ TRANSIT commuters could soon end up in private hands.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority not only wants to replace the Newark Bay Bridge, but is also seeking to bring major changes to part of I-78 in Jersey City.
After losing a battle over land in Hoboken, the company is looking to construct a 675,000-square-foot refueling and maintenance complex to the north.
The charging stations would be the last ones in New Jersey passed by drivers who are heading to Midtown Manhattan on Route 495.
Bayonne has plans to create a bridge so that people can conveniently walk from one side of Route 440 to the other.
The cost of the proposed Newark bridge is now estimated at more than $100 million.
A new company could soon operate a number of local bus lines in Hudson County.
New Jersey Transit has started the initial $30 million portion of work on the historic Newark facility.
This week, CBRE announced the $15.6 million sale of 800 Corporate Drive in Mahwah, New Jersey.
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