October 15, 2012
The increases come during an era of successful and unprecedented MTA management actions to cut controllable expenses. In fact, the MTA will spend less in 2012 on its controllable costs than it did in 2011. Year-over-year controllable costs are lower by 0.3%.
September 6, 2012
As policymakers look for alternatives to the recent one percent transportation sales tax referendum failure, Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies found that drivers prefer taxes in smaller doses.
September 8, 2011
NJ Transit and Coach USA will see a jump from $4 to $10 on all three Hudson River crossings. Officials say the increase is needed to cope with financial setbacks and complete multiple projects.
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