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Transportation News

Making a federal case: Jerseyans want government to centralize coastal infrastructure efforts

Hurricane Sandy had passed, and Bill Golden had a front-row seat for what was left behind. Read More »»

Gloucester Terminals operator chooses security card vendor

Holt Logistics, operator of Gloucester Terminals LLC in Gloucester City, has selected a Washington state company to provide identification card readers at the facility. Read More »»

Future of Transportation Trust Fund — 'we're really at a critical point' — is topic of discussion at conference

Having accrued billions of dollars in debt over the past three decades, New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund is in need of a major lifeline, says Robert Briant, Jr., CEO of the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association. Read More »»

SMALL-TOWN RETAIL SUCCESS STORIES: If you want to make your Main Street your town's main attraction

So your town is looking to become a destination. Read More »»

SMALL-TOWN RETAIL SUCCESS STORIES: In Lambertville, event audiences built street traffic

If you've ever visited Lambertville, you'd immediately find it hard to imagine the 1-square-mile town of 4,000 households in Hunterdon County as a 19th century factory town. Read More »»

SMALL-TOWN RETAIL SUCCESS STORIES: In Collingswood, close proximity to big cities is big key

With its old-fashioned, small-town charm and pedestrian-friendly urban flavor, Collingswood is oddly reminiscent of early 20th century America. Read More »»

SMALL-TOWN RETAIL SUCCESS STORIES: In Denville, town rallied behind recovery from flood

How can a drive-through town sandwiched among Parsippany Troy-Hills, Morristown and Dover officially put its “Hub of Morris County” title to good use? Read More »»

SMALL-TOWN RETAIL SUCCESS STORIES: How Denville does it (and Collingswood, Lambertville and others across the state)

“If each of us spent $100 a year more on local businesses instead of chain stores, it would put an extra $3 million into our economy ... ” says the chalk-written signboard on the Denville sidewalk, imploring consumers to stay local. Read More »»

Trucking company renews lease in Edison

Commercial real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson announced Tuesday that Cambria Automotive Companies has signed a long-term lease for 63,803 square feet of industrial space at 116 Talmadge Road in Edison. Read More »»

OSHA cites United for violations at Newark airport

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited United Airlines over hazardous conditions for ground operation workers at Newark Liberty International Airport, it said Tuesday. Read More »»

Travel management company names new exec

A travel management company with offices in Mahwah announced Monday it has named a travel industry veteran its senior vice president of operations. Read More »»

Transit media company names N.J. leader

Titan, a media company specializing in transit advertising, announced a new general manager for its New Jersey market on Monday. Read More »»

School bus service declares cash dividend

Wall-based Student Transportation Inc., a provider of school bus transportation services and management services nationwide, announced Tuesday that its board of directors has declared a regular monthly cash dividend. Read More »»

Payment processor signs seven-year deal

A Princeton-based payment processor announced Wednesday that it had signed a seven-year contract with an industry leader in the parking management field. Read More »»

N.J. school bus provider awarded $4M contract, hiring drivers in Minn.

A Wall-based provider of school bus transportation has been awarded a new $4 million contract with the St. Paul Public Schools in Minnesota. Read More »»

People Express: Its trademark brand of service is back in flight

People Express, the original no-frills airline, was all about cost when it helped revolutionize the industry from its Newark headquarters in 1981. Read More »»

Honeywell sells business for $155M, makes other changes in operating units

Honeywell announced Monday it has sold its Friction Materials business to Federal-Mogul in a $155 million cash deal. Read More »»

Rochelle Park company lands fleet tracking contract

A Rochelle Park-based maker of machine-to-machine solutions announced Thursday that it has been chosen to create a tracking system for Swing Transport's fleet of more than 1,000 dry van trailers. Read More »»

Report: Christie administration pushed Port Authority to hire connected Cranford-based law firm

Sources say that in 2010, Gov. Chris Christie’s administration “pressed” Port Authority officials to hire Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, the Cranford-based law firm where Christie himself once was a partner, according to a Monday night report by The Record. Read More »»

Suddenly, developer is flush with industrial space

In northern New Jersey, demand for Class A warehouse and distribution space is soaring. Industrial vacancy is shrinking. And shovel-ready construction sites are at a premium. Executives at Hartz Mountain Industries know this as well as anyone. Read More »»

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Breaking Glass

Q&A with Gov. Christie’s physician about being a woman in the medical industry

Rachana A. Kulkarni — a “Top Doc” cardiologist and Chairman...

Industry Insights

When it comes to jobs, N.J. is a winner, too

As president of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey, I think...

Millennial Minded

Welcome to NJBIZ's newest blog: Millennial Minded, a fresh look at today's generation

Dear baby boomers: We're not going away; here's what the millennial mindset is...

SFW: Suitable for Work

How much is $100 really worth in New Jersey?

A hundred bucks doesn’t buy you much in New Jersey, according to a recent...

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