Transportation Trust Fund
The state’s Transportation Trust Fund, which gets money from the gas tax, is running out of money needed to repair potholes, bridges and more.
Gov. Chris Christie says the state’s imperiled transportation trust fund is not “a crisis at the moment” and that talks with legislative leaders to replenish it continue.
The Transportation Trust Fund is set to run out of money at the end of this fiscal year, June 30, to pay for roads and bridge repairs. But Gov. Chris Christie said nothing about it during his budget address Tuesday.
Aside from the review, finding money for overpass and road repairs is the big challenge.
Gov. Chris Christie used his annual State of the State address to try to sell himself to a national audience as he prepares for a potential presidential run.
Pressure is building in New Jersey to hike the state tax on gasoline. Is there a crack in Gov. Christie’s firm wall of resistance?
The issue has become one of New Jersey’s main political conundrums.
Executive Director James Weinstein told members of the Assembly Budget Committee on Monday the fiscal 2013 state budget does not include any fare increases.
About 2,000 idled construction workers will go back to work after Democrats in the New Jersey Legislature approved stopgap funding on Monday.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP/WCBS 880) — The head of New Jersey Transit on Monday told lawmakers that there have been discussions about scrapping plans for a new rail tunnel to New York and using the state’s […]