"From the Jersey perspective, the most important industry for the state is called commuting to New York City," said Tom Wright of the Regional Plan Association. "The way most New Jerseyans get to jobs in New York is either taking a bus to the bus terminal or NJ Transit train to Penn Station. And both of those systems are really at risk over the midterm. The bus terminal is starting to fail and the tubes and tunnels were damaged during Superstorm Sandy, and so there's a sense of crisis I think on the Jersey side of the river, which is legitimate."
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