1. Transportation, AFFORDABLE PLACE TO LIVE

    What NYC’s Congestion Pricing Means for New Jersey

    August 4, 2023
    With the recent approval from federal transportation officials, New York City is poised to become the first city in the United States to implement a congestion pricing plan that will charge drivers entering lower Manhattan as early as Spring of…
  2. Gas Tax, Transportation, GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS

    New Jersey’s EV Drivers are Getting a Free Ride

    July 11, 2023
    As the state’s annual budget process is now in the rearview mirror, some attention is due to an emerging issue for next year in Trenton – a reauthorization of the state’s Transportation Trust Fund (TTF), which finances the annual capital…
  3. Transportation, GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS

    A Billion Rea$ons to “Restructure” NJ Transit

    April 25, 2023
    Garden State residents were greeted with headlines last week that the state’s public transportation agency, NJ Transit, is looking at a $1 billion operating deficit in 2026, with no clear path to fill the hole. For reference, the agency currently…
  4. Transportation, GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS

    A Means to Close New Jersey’s Electric Vehicle Gap

    February 8, 2022
    We’ve all heard that electric vehicles (EV) are the wave of the future. A recent Pew Trusts study shows that at 3.3 EV registrations per 1,000 vehicles our state has the highest rate of ownership in our region and the…