Hundreds of transportation projects in South Jersey could stop Friday night

July 7, 2016

Martin Robins, the director emeritus of the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers, says the governor’s decision to list all the transportation projects that are being suspended is a huge shock.

“It finally became evident how much there is to do and how silent the governor has been about these needs and how derelict I think the executive branch has been in not making the public aware of how much there is on the agenda.”

Newsworks.org, July 7

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