The development is part of the ongoing NewarkGo program, a six month pilot designed to support key goals of Mayor Ras Baraka’s Newark Forward agenda, allowing residents and visitors to navigate the city on two wheels instead of four.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the pictures of empty shelves "have all come from ports on our Pacific Coast. Here at Port Newark and Elizabeth, especially, you’re not going to find those images.”
The Matrix New World Engineering executives discuss the firm's work on the Wind Port, the priorities for infrastructure and the importance of sustainability and resilience.
“Trenton MOVES means our residents can get to work on time without transfers or connections. It means state workers can explore restaurants and businesses throughout the entire city," said Trenton Mayor W. Reed Gusciora. "It means more safe and equitable transportation options for everyone ranging from students involved in school activities to seniors going to their doctor appointments.”
Dozens of cities are eligible to participate in NJ ZIP now, which was initially restricted to companies within 10 miles of Newark and Camden when an initial $15 million pilot launched earlier this year.
Airline numbers won’t be at the 2019 levels, but they’ll be close, during the time period that spans the weekend before the holiday until the Sunday immediately afterward.
"With the dollars and loan benefits available in the federal infrastructure bill and the analysis of underground conditions we are undertaking, the project is taking big steps toward the start of full construction," said Balpreet Grewal-Virk, co-chair and the New Jersey commissioner for the Gateway Development Commission.
The school's competitive business team Enactus has been working on the technology since 2016.
The state could get an estimated $6.9 billion for highways and roads, $1.1 billion for bridges, $104 million to boost its electric vehicle infrastructure, and $24.4 million for ferry service, according to U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez’s office.
Hall Construction Co. Inc. of Wall will do the work, which includes high-level platforms, elevators and ramps.
The expansion comes at a time when global shipping delays are stretching supply chains already weakened by the COVID-19 pandemic and as the region plans for an expanding offshore wind power sector.
Tuesday was the last day to come to a decision so transportation officials from the two states and Connecticut can apply for another $2.2 billion.