WHAT WE'RE DOING
NORTH JERSEY TRAFFIC BYPASS
Originally part of Governor Kean’s 1989 Circle of Mobility Plan and included in a Senate bill in 1994, the North Jersey Traffic Bypass, otherwise known as the Waterfront Connection, was deemed critical to improve commuter access, create new jobs and economic growth.
PATH TO NEWARK AIRPORT
A brand new, state-of-the-art AirTrain for Newark Liberty International Airport must be funded to replace the outdated and unreliable system in place since 1996. Newark Airport has suffered competitively because of a lack of transit accessibility.
GLASSBORO-CAMDEN LIGHT RAIL
Camden has the opportunity to break ground on the Glassboro-Camden Light Rail, a proposed 18-mile passenger rail line in southern New Jersey.
IMPROVED BUS SERVICE
NJ Transit is one of the largest public transportation networks in the country. Better NJ Transit bus service will make bus travel easier and more equitable for riders. More funding and better traffic policies can help achieve this.
Washington D.C.’s infrastructure funding is a once in a lifetime opportunity to improve the interconnectivity of our cities and towns. Right now, New Jersey has the opportunity to transition public transportation (buses and trains) to an electric, zero-emission fleet.