Tax Benefit for Transit Commuters on the
Senate's budget committee approved a bill requiring most employers to
commuting benefits to their employees, allowing commuters
to save on their transit trips to work.
New Jersey Towns are Making
Strides Towards Safer Streets
Last year New
Jersey experienced 183 pedestrian fatalities, the most in twenty four
years. Nationally there has been a 46% spike in pedestrian fatalities
from 2009 to 2016. To curb these crashes towns are implementing interesting
strategies to build safer streets with fewer conflicts
between pedestrians and motor vehicles.
Americans Need to Start Making Public Transit a
America's public transportation infrastructure
is far behind those of other countries, and its mainly because Americans simply
don't understand how transit should work. Lack of service
or reliability is seen as the norm and has led to the belief that
transit is not a priority, but a well organized
and funded transit service will alleviate the traffic congestion
plaguing the country. The rest of the world is seeing a transit
revolution, why is America falling behind?
Thousands Have Submitted
Applications to Fill Engineer Positions at NJ TRANSIT
TRANSIT has been experiencing a shortage in train engineers, which has
led to the cancellation of a significant number of trains, causing
delays and disrupting commutes system-wide. There are a number of
reasons for the shortage, but the recent
hiring campaign has resulted in over 5,000 applicants. Two
training classes are scheduled to being in 2019.
Monmouth County Virtual By-Ways
Explore Monmouth's history and culture using
the Monmouth County Cultural and Heritage Virtual
Tours. Delve into the County's agricultural legacy,
celebrate the Jersey Shore lifestyle, revel in the rich history, and
relish Monmouth's indigenous arts and culture with these exciting and
easy to use tours.