NEW JERSEYANS, COMMUTERS GIVE STATE’S ROADWAYS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM LACKLUSTER RATINGS

Posted at 12:09 am March 15, 2018, in Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – New Jersey commuters are unhappy with the state of the Garden State’s transportation infrastructure: drivers are more negative than positive about their local roadways and split when it comes to assessing the state’s highways, while mass transit users are far more negative about the state’s public transportation system, especially when it comes to the cost of transit fares. New Jerseyans are mixed on how satisfied they are with the state government’s handling of transportation and infrastructure, in general. These are some of the main findings from a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll late last year, as part of the “2018 State of the Garden State” series.

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