The Gateway Development Commission announced it will release a Request for Qualifications for a Project Delivery Partner for the work. According to co-Chair Balpreet Grewal-Virk, “Private industry has told us they are ready to partner and help make sure the Gateway Hudson Tunnel Project is built. This moves us another big step in that direction.”
The Iselin-based buyer said family-owned Future Insurance Group of Schererville, Ind., serves the transportation industry.
The governor was in Dover Dec. 12 to detail more than $24 million in funding from this year's state budget that will go toward three programs, in an effort to expand access and spur development.
According to the Camden-based automaker, the notice applies to certain 2019-2022 model years of the SUV.
While the Garden State was No. 2 nationwide for overall economic environment, it was nearly dead last when it comes to the average amount of time it takes to get to work.
In yet another extension, the Department of Homeland Security announced Dec. 5 that travelers have two additional years to obtain the new identification, which will be required for activities such as boarding a flight.
Just days before the expected opening of Newark Liberty International Airport’s new, $2.7 billion depot, the Port Authority announced the debut would be pushed back to 2023.
The Woodbridge station, where the school has been located for 40 years, will prominently display signage designating it as “Home of Berkeley College.”
The business manager for the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825 makes the case for the widening of the turnpike heading into the Holland Tunnel and the progress of other infrastructure projects around the state.
The new $2.7 billion Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport, which replaces the outdated existing portal that opened in 1973, features approximately 1 million square feet of space with 33 gates, local artwork, and 60 dining and retail options. Take a look around.
The operator takes over from NY Waterway, which ran the route for 20 years. According to Monmouth County Commissioner Director Thomas Arnone, the new arrangement offers "significantly more options to residents."
In New Jersey, the cost to fill up before heading to your feast will run you nearly 36 cents per gallon more than just a year ago, even as prices have declined over the past week.