New Jersey

Infrastructure in the News: New Jersey screeches to a halt, Georgia and Louisiana surge ahead

With July’s heat, construction projects should be in full swing and you’re probably considering a vacation. Wouldn’t it be nice to have an extra $3,400 in your bank account to plan a trip with? Well, as ASCE’s new Failure to Act economic study video shows, if we improved our infrastructure every American family could save......

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New Jersey Legislators Introduce Bills to Fix the Transportation Trust Fund

Only a few days after the release of the 2016 Report Card for New Jersey’s Infrastructure, the political debate over saving the State’s soon to be insolvent Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) looms over both the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly.  Yesterday, legislators in both chambers introduced identical bills to replenish the Fund, from which......

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Infrastructure in the News: Embracing Challenges and Moving Forward

With the release of New Jersey’s state infrastructure report card, we are reminded how our nation’s overall infrastructure needs impact the everyday lives of citizens and state-specific needs. The state’s Transportation Trust Fund is heading toward bankruptcy by July 1 unless state legislators act. New Jersey residents can write their elected officials here and ask......

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New Jersey Report Card Coming Next Week

With only a few weeks left before New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund goes insolvent, the Report Card for New Jersey’s Infrastructure will be released on Thursday, June 16 to underscore the importance to #FixNJTrustFund with a sustainable, long-term funding solution. The report will grade surface transportation categories of bridges, rail, roads, and transit, along with dams, drinking......

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Raising Revenue for Infrastructure: Who will be next?

Whether it’s been increased, decreased, or frozen the 2015 legislative session has seen a high level of activity from states attempting to modify their gas tax to keep up with their infrastructure needs.  We’re keeping a close eye on the nearly 40 states that are still in session and hopeful they will vote “yes” for......

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