NJ Transit officials confirmed that a fare increase and service cuts are being considered to close an $80 million budget gap.
As the governor prepares to deliver his 2016 budget address next week, the prospects for policies to help middle-class and low-income New Jerseyans in that spending plan look bleak.
New Jersey’s most recent Tax Expenditure Report released this week leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to accounting for the revenue being lost to the state’s business tax subsidy programs.
When Gov. Christie discussed his budget plan for 2016 on Tuesday, one very important word was conspicuously absent: transportation.
NJTV News took a critical look at New Jersey’s over-reliance on business tax subsidies to try to keep or create jobs on last night’s newscast, and turned to NJPP to help explain the problem with this strategy.