No repair in sight for N.J. transportation fund; talks collapse in hunt for revenue

March 26, 2015

Martin E. Robins, founding director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University, said he was surprised that discussions had broken down. …  who advised Sweeney on high-priority transportation projects that need funding. “I’m very worried that the Transportation Department and NJ Transit will be operating on a shoestring, and we will pay a terrible price for deferring action on this.”

NorthJersey.com, March 25

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