New Jersey Department of Transportation

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In Ocean City’s Back Bays, Where’s the Water?

Ocean City is a dry town, but in part of that Jersey shore point, “dry” means a lot more than a lack of liquor stores.


A "tent city" in Camden, New Jersey. (Credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Homeless People In Camden Tent City Wonder If ‘Spring Cleaning’ Includes Them

Debate has begun, again, on how to handle residents of a homeless tent city in Camden.


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NJ DOT Says Snow Forecasts Are Forcing Its Spending Higher

New Jersey is spending a lot more money this year to handle snowstorms than in recent years — even though there hasn’t been that much snow.



New Jersey Red Light Camera Enforcement On Hold

New Jersey has put the brakes on most towns involved in a pilot program using red light cameras to catch violators, at least for a short time. The reason is the lights themselves.


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Thieves Borrow NJ DOT Trucks To Steal NJ DOT Materials — Four Times

Someone is apparently going to great lengths to rip off items at a New Jersey Department of Transportation yard in Cherry Hill.


FILE PHOTO - Roads to the shore are ready for the Labor Day rush of traffic. (credit: KYW's John Ostapkovich)

NJ Officials Say Roads Are Ready For Shore Traffic

Last weekend, New Jersey governor Chris Christie was telling people to stay away from the shore with Hurricane Irene battering the East coast. Now, the welcome mat is back out just in time for Labor Day weekend.


NJDOT Suspending Construction Work Over Holiday

The New Jersey Department of Transportation says it is suspending all construction work that could affect traffic flow for the upcoming Easter holiday weekend.


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Admiral Wilson Boulevard Floods Despite Costly Drainage Project

The weekend’s floods forced a closure of Admiral Wilson Boulevard in Camden. Wasn’t all of the drain work supposed to fix that?


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NJ Officials Admit Roads Are Bad, But Promise Funding For Fixes

New Jersey officials are conceding a fact many drivers in the Garden State already know: the roads here are in bad shape. But they have a plan to fix them.