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Fixing infrastructure: short-term pain, long-term gain

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 20, 2018
Crucial upgrades to the busy Route 495 bridge leading to the Lincoln Tunnel in New Jersey will snarl traffic.
Cars drive toward the Lincoln Tunnel on July 30 in New York City.
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Short-term rentals spur businesses around new services for visitors

by Nina Keck Apr 2, 2018
As more and more vacationers book private residences for trips, using sites like Airbnb or HomeAway, there’s no front desk to call when they need something. So online concierge services and other support businesses are springing up in response. The…

New leaders want to add their states to carbon trading program

by Jed Kim Nov 9, 2017
As the United Nations climate change talks continue in Germany, the U.S. could see an increase in commitments to the cause — from states, not federal programs. The governors-elect of Virginia and New Jersey want to add their states to…
The Weak Link: The state of infrastructure

U.S. is locked in to an aging highway system

by Adam Allington Jun 15, 2015
Even after rehab, New Jersey's Pulaski Skyway will be functionally obsolete.

The rise and fall... and rise and fall of Atlantic City

by Tracey Samuelson Sep 8, 2014
History repeats itself in the city's fall from big business to financial hardship.

Who sues police departments the most? Police officers

by Sally Herships Jun 20, 2014
In New Jersey, millions are spent each year on lawsuits involving police.

Meet New Jersey’s tobacco bonds

by David Brancaccio Jun 18, 2014
Why a deal to cash out their tobacco settlement might cost New Jersey

Invest in Marketplace today

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Campaigns versus coding

by Molly Wood May 19, 2014
Dave Cole is a computer programmer running for U.S. Congress.

In New Jersey, mass transit for the masses

by Dan Weissmann May 15, 2014
Jitney buses offer bargains and convenience in New Jersey cities, but not without costs.

Three floods in three years? Yeah, we'll buy your house

by , and Mar 18, 2014
After Hurricane Sandy, the state of New Jersey planned to buy 1,300 flood-prone homes and demolish them. What's taking so long?