Gov. Christie saved NJ taxpayers at least $3 billion, but critics say it came at a cost — including 44,000 jobs that might have been created.
Christie said Wednesday that he’s shifting his priority to fund state road and bridge improvements.
In the end, it was all about dollars and cents.
Speaking after a campaign rally in Mount Laurel with Republican congressional candidate Jon Runyan, Christie said any decision he comes to will be made with the state’s taxpayers in mind.
Gov. Christie will take at least the weekend to decide whether to continue the biggest public works project under way in America: a new rail tunnel connecting New Jersey and New York City.