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N.J. school honored for eco-friendly practices

Drew University's newest green transportation option, a shared, low-cost shuttle service that runs in a continuous loop between Drew, downtown Madison, the College of St. Elizabeth and Fairleigh Dickinson University, launched in September.

NJ Transit unveils rail crossing safety plan, system map

Developed strategies in engineering, enforcement and education to ramp up safety across the state’s rail network, particularly in areas where trains travel through densely populated neighborhoods. New map features a more open design and new color scheme for easy customer reference, as well as enhancements to more clearly indicate transfer points and service areas by rail line.

What hath Christie wrought?

I know I’m not the only one upset about the news that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has killed the New Jersey-to-New York tunnel project — the ARC (Access to the Region’s Core) — as it is known. To me, this project represented a huge step forward in the rebuilding of America’s transportation infrastructure. The current tunnel beneath the Hudson was built 100 years ago; do we really need to wait any longer to build another?

N.J. Gov.: ARC tunnel project canceled

The ARC Project Executive Committee recommended termination of the ARC Project based on a 30-day review, which confirmed the project is expected to substantially exceed its current budget. Cost overruns are estimated to be in a range from more than $2 billion to over $5 billion.

NTSB to hold 3-day Emergency Responders course

Topics will include the incident command system, events involving terrorism and/or hazardous materials, interaction with the news media, communicating with the local community and families of the victims, assistance to family members, forensic aspects of recovery and identification, and long-term issues facing the affected community following a major disaster.

NJ Transit, OLI partner for teen driver safety

Offering classes to nearly 700 public, private and charter schools throughout the state, in an effort to help teen drivers safely operate vehicles near railroad crossings, light rail lines and buses.