“I am thrilled that Terminal A is getting the proper recognition it deserves with a nomination for the prestigious 2023 Prix Versailles Award,” said First Lady Tammy Murphy. “The terminal’s unique art installations and modern technology welcomes travelers from across the world, serving as a great first impression highlighting some of the many incredible offerings of our state!”
A recent panel discussion reflected just how rapidly events are moving on the next iteration of the once-scrapped ARC Tunnel Project.
While some options include crossing credits in the $4-$7 range, the George Washington Bridge was notably absent from the list of included causeways.
"With today's groundbreaking, we enter the second phase, which catapults the metamorphosis of downtown into the full expression of a livable community," Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said of the walkway that will connect Newark Penn Station to the Prudential Center and Ironbound.
The chair of CSG Law's Environmental Law practice discusses the latest moves on the infrastructure front, permitting, new flood rules and brownfields redevelopment.
“We want to use this technology as soon as possible so we can serve our customers,” PANYNJ Principal Transportation Manager Leo Tsang told NJBIZ. “But we have to make sure that this is safe for everyone.”
“As one of the largest economic generators in the region, we have a commitment to an inclusionary ... practice and to ensuring the economic benefits of our infrastructure projects are available to the communities surrounding our facilities, which includes job opportunities,” said Kevin O’Toole, chairman, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
The 18,000-square-foot space will offer a reprieve for travelers that features an indoor terrace overlooking the airfield, a cocktail bar and piano lounge, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, premium restrooms and shower suites, and much more.
The accords cover an early work package on the Tonnelle Avenue Bridge and Utility Relocation phase, which is expected to break ground later this year. The two contracts, for construction and construction management services, pertain to an early work package on the Tonnelle Avenue Bridge and Utility Relocation phase of the work.
The situation – "a real slap in the face to New Jersey,” according to New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken – has rippled through the Garden State, even bleeding into the potential 2025 gubernatorial race.
This summer, there were several major developments on this hot-button issue that will be of consequence to many in the state.
The redistributed spending authority marks the highest amount the state has ever received. Here's how it'll use it.