Category Archives: Transportation

The ‘Department of Pedestrian Etiquette’ Targets Clueless NYC Walkers

July 13th, 2015 by Sarah Goodyear Citylab In New York City, walking is serious business. And if you’re a newcomer to the town where foot traffic rules, the NYC Department…

New Jersey Squanders Transit By Surrounding Stations With Sprawl

July 9th, 2015 by Tanya Snyder Streetsblog USA New Jersey is the most population-dense state in the country, and many residents get to work via one of its several transit systems. But…

One man’s mission to put New York’s secret subway back on the map

May 13th, 2015 CityMetric By John Elledge So here’s an odd fact for you. It’s possible to be less than a mile away from Downtown Manhattan, and yet not be…

Roadway traveled 25,000 times a day could be better, report finds

April 30, 2015 NJ.com By Jessica Mazzola MONTCLAIR — Bloomfield Avenue — one of the main thoroughfares through Essex County – needs a pick-me-up. According to a new Together North…

Gas tax increase gaining support in New Jersey

April, 21 2015 Newsworks By Phil Gregory For the first time, voter support for a gas tax increase in New Jersey exceeds opposition to the idea. Fifty percent of New…

Perils of Crossing Washington Street in Hoboken

April 16th, 2015 NJ UrbanThinker By Gabe Bailer There is something I always wondered every time I crossed Washington Street in Hoboken. Why are there no crosswalk lights for pedestrians? For…

The Together North Jersey Draft Plan is now available!

April 16, 2015 The Draft Plan can be viewed in full spread format or in single page format. The plan presents an overview of the TNJ regional planning process that has…

Morris County “In Motion” Community Planning Morris County’s Transportation Future

Morris County Circulation Element Development of the new Circulation Element of the Morris County Master Plan has started. The Element’s title will be “Morris County in Motion.” The current Circulation…

Crude Subway Map Tells the Truth About Each Manhattan Stop

Thursday, March 12, 2015, by Zoe Rosenberg Curbed NY The niche market of offensive stereotype-driven maps is heating up. Much in the vein of the ultimate judgmental map of NYC,…

NJ Jitney Bus Map Available Online

January 23, 2014 by Mel Kozakiewicz Jersey City Independent “It wasn’t difficult to put this together. It only took me a couple days,” says Axel Hellman. The undertaking Hellman is describing…