New York and New Jersey mass-transit agencies will add service, offer special deals and suspend work ahead of the 2014 Super Bowl, the first one that relies largely on public transportation to get fans to and from the stadium.
Governor Chris Christie, saying Hurricane Sandy has framed his political future, said New Jersey won’t be ready to withstand another such beating until after storm-surge barriers are built along its Atlantic coastline.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s new rule that lets the state waive environmental regulations on a case-by-case basis was challenged today by 27 groups that claim it creates damaging loopholes for developers and polluters.
New Jersey’s organized labor and major political parties are pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into a special election to serve one year of a vacated state Senate seat, a race that may test the strength of first- term Governor Chris Christie’s attack on employee unions.
Triple Five Worldwide Development Co. LLC, owner of the Mall of America in Minnesota, reached a deal with lenders and New Jersey’s governor to complete and expand the stalled Meadowlands Xanadu entertainment complex.
New Jersey Transit, the largest statewide mass-transit network in the U.S., froze new spending on an $8.7 billion rail tunnel into Manhattan after the federal government estimated the project may run $1 billion over budget.