Raymond Martinez

New Jersey Transportation Chief: Fund Will Be Broke After 2016Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox said Thursday at a Senate Budget Committee hearing that New Jersey's transportation trust fund has enough money for fiscal year 2016, but will run out beyond that.
NJ Changes Handicap Parking Rules To Crack Down On AbusersPeople with disabilities will now be required to have their medical conditions recertified every three years to qualify for New Jersey's handicapped parking privileges.
Buyer Beware: NJ Officials Set Up Flood-Damaged Car DatabaseSuperstorm Sandy's massive storm surge and widespread flood damage inundated cars all across the Tri-State Area.
New Jersey Makes Driver's License Renewal Easier For SomeStarting this month, New Jersey drivers born before December 1, 1964 who need to renew their licenses won't need to go down to the MVC.
New Jersey Officials Urge Motorists To Strap In Their Pets While DrivingMan’s best friend can get you a ticket in New Jersey if your dog is distracting you as you drive.
NJ Turnpike Authority Moves Forward With Toll Cheat CrackdownThe New Jersey Turnpike Authority has agreed to pay the state Motor Vehicles Commission up to $35,000 to process vehicle registration suspensions for drivers who owe more than $1,000 in unpaid tolls and fees.
New Jersey Getting New, More Secure Driver's LicensesThe new licenses have been tried out over the past few months, but starting Wednesday, everyone who gets a license will get one.
New Jersey Shines Light On National Work Zone Awareness WeekNew Jersey DOT worker Gignesh Patel doesn't worry about it, but he says he does take notice of traffic sometimes while at construction zones.