The City of Cape May welcomes back the Free Jitney Shuttle.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) June 17 held a public presentation and discussion of its developing marine master plan. The planning process, launched in early 2021, is intended to define options for modernizing the fleet.
Local drivers felt the pinch at the pump this week, as much of the eastern half of the country dealt with the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline.
Owners of select Model Year 2017-2021 Kia Sportage and Cadenza vehicles are advised to park their cars outside and away from homes until their vehicles have been repaired, due to a new recall for the risk of fire.
Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) officials announced March 9 that the agency has retained Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) LLC, of Seattle, Washington.
The Ingram’s Thorofare Bridge will be closed between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. March 10 and 11 due to ongoing construction.
New Jersey Transit has launched a mobile app for Access Link customers, providing them with a user-friendly interface for making, canceling and monitoring reservations.
New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti March 3 announced the annual statewide campaign to repair potholes across New Jersey will begin.
Beginning Feb. 22, the Cape May – Lewes Ferry will, once again, permit both bicyclists and foot passengers – with capacity restrictions – aboard the Delaware Bay ferry service.
New Jersey Transit is leading an effort to address veteran unemployment during the Covid crisis by partnering with the nationally successful Edge4Vets jobs preparation program.
New Jersey Transit will resume regular weekday schedules for most services in South Jersey Feb. 2, but due to continuing significant impacts of the snowstorm, services in North and Central Jersey will resume operations with delayed starts, as weather conditions permit.
All New Jersey Transit buses, rail (except Atlantic City Rail Line), light rail and Access Link service will be temporarily suspended systemwide Feb. 1 due to the significant expected impacts of the snow storm.
Cape May – Lewes Ferry officials announced Dec. 3 that they will, once again, implement travel restrictions on-board the ferry vessels related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 96th Street Bridge, along Stone Harbor Boulevard, leading into the Borough of Stone Harbor, has been undergoing emergency repairs to the bascule span (movable span) during nighttime hours.
Ocean Drive (CR621) Bridge over Middle Thorofare, also known as Two Mile Bridge and sometimes Cold Spring Inlet, is getting a long-awaited facelift with new bridge railings.
As part of National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week Nov. 9-15, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti is reminding motorists to move over for stopped emergency and work vehicles.
The New Jersey Transit Board of Directors Oct. 21 adopted a Fiscal Year 2021 (FY 2021) operating budget and A Five-Year Capital Plan.
New Jersey Transit is launching new features on its mobile app, in a pilot program that allows rail and bus customers to see how full their ride is before they step on board.
At the Aug. 25 Sea Isle City Council meeting, Mayor Leonard Desiderio said he received several complaints from New Jersey Transit (NJT) users and want-to-be riders regarding whether a bus serves the island.
Cape May-Lewes Ferry officials announced April 24 that the Delaware Bay ferry service will be accepting freight for the first time in its history.
While Motor Vehicle Commission agencies have been closed to the public due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Commission has continued to assist its customers.
As a tribute to the essential workers on the front lines of this public health crisis, including transportation workers, all trains and buses running in service across the New York metropolitan area will give two one-second horn blasts in solidarity with partner agencies.
“Municipal Aid grants provide funding to our cities and towns to make needed road, bridge, safety, and quality-of-life improvements on local roads,” NJDOT Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti stated.
Wildwood Police are asking people to stay off the roads, until debris from storms April 13 is cleared from the roadways. Lower Township Police followed with a similar announcement a few minutes later.
The county is under a hurricane watch until 6 p.m.
In addition to requiring NJ TRANSIT to provide certain personal protective equipment to its workers and requiring customers to wear cloth face coverings on NJ TRANSIT vehicles, the executive order also addresses a number of other directives, including authorizing NJ TRANSIT workers to limit capacity on all NJ TRANSIT vehicles to 50 percent of maximum capacity to allow for proper social distancing.
Cape Regional does not want any more in-car gatherings outside the hospital, which had been going on as a show of support for frontline workers.
Uber Eats and Gov. Phil Murphy announced a plan April 8 to donate $350,000 worth of free meals to healthcare workers and first responders throughout New Jersey.
New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti March 3 announced the annual statewide campaign to repair potholes across New Jersey will begin March 4.
Today, those pilots and their crews are highly skilled medical personnel who not only know how to provide emergency services within a cramped helicopter, but also know which medical facilities provide the care that's needed, especially within the "golden hour," that period of time when prompt medical or surgical treatment will prevent death.
As the boating season draws near, the Coast Guard reminds boaters and mariners to exercise caution while transiting the Intracoastal Waterway between Barnegat and Cape May.
Following feedback received at recent “We Are Listening” forums in Atlantic City and Cherry Hill, NJ TRANSIT is adjusting some substitute bus service to include a stop at the Atlantic City Rail Terminal/Convention Center.
NJ TRANSIT Executive Director Kevin Corbett announced in a Feb. 27 release that the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) would resume full service May, 24. Corbett made the announcement to customers at a forum at the Cherry Hill Municipal Building.
NJ TRANSIT (NJT) will begin restoring rail service that has been subject to temporary service adjustments in the second quarter of 2019, starting with the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL).
Lower Township residents had two opportunities to hear and see several Ocean Drive (Middle Thorofare) Bridge Improvement concepts at Lower Township Hall Aug. 23.
Following the latest “We Are Listening” forums in Atlantic City, Lindenwold, and Philadelphia this week, NJ TRANSIT, in an Aug. 23 release announced that it would implement changes to the planned temporary suspension of the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) to further minimize the impact to customers and offer more travel options.
Train and history buffs were brought together Aug. 18 in Tuckahoe to relive the glory years of train travel in Cape May County via points north, south, east and west.
NJ TRANSIT is inviting customers to interact with senior management and operations personnel during the latest “We Are Listening” forums along the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) Aug. 20 and Aug. 21.
New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced the application deadline for the federally-funded Safe Routes to School grants is being extended to Sept. 18 to allow schools additional time to gather information required to be eligible for a grant Aug. 3.
A pilot program that Cape May County began this summer to move seasonal workers in the southern part of the county to jobs on barrier islands will be observed by other transit directors in the state.