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5 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
In preparation of the closure of the northbound lanes of the Pulaski Skyway in March, state officials are urging motorists to familiarize themselves with alternate routes and to consider using public transportation.
9 hrs ago | Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Borders are interesting demarcations to consider. I think about this in terms of planning in the DC metropolitan area, where you have three "states", Maryland, Virginia, and DC, that ought to be coordinating better what they do.
Having turned away from a presidential bid in 2012, the Donald is now floating the idea of taking up Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo's spot in Albany.
The Assembly transportation committee will meet Monday to take testimony from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's executive director on the decision by the agency to close without public notice access lanes to the George Washington Bridge in September.
Shopping mall giant Westfield Group said on Thursday it would buy the remaining 50 percent interest in New York's World Trade Center for $800 million, which will make the company the sole owner of the shopping mall.
New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio began selecting his incoming administration on Wednesday, naming a veteran in management and public policy to become first deputy mayor.
A deal has been finalized to pay for a $1.5 billion replacement for the Goethals Bridge between Elizabeth, N.J., and Staten Island, N.Y. It's a public-private deal in which a group of developers will make equity contributions and receive payments over 35 years.
"We've been pretty clear about not getting involved in primaries, and it's not clear yet whether there could be one, two, three, four or even more candidates in the contest for the Republican gubernatorial nomination," Christie, 51, who won a 22 percentage point reelection victory last month, told reporters today in Trenton.
That was Gov. Chris Christie's reaction today when he was asked about speculation that he engineered the closing of lanes from Fort Lee to the George Washington Bridge as political retribution.
An official with the Port Authority said a traffic study was to blame for massive delays approaching the George Washington Bridge from Fort Lee in September, but the head of the New Jersey Assembly's Transportation Committee said a hearing this week into unannounced lane closures ended with more questions than answers.
While the council members and mayor are planning to head home, Speziale has work to do.