Transit infrastructure linking NY, NJ needs overhaul as commutes continue to rise, report says

Predicting a continuing surge in cross-Hudson commutes, the Regional Plan Association warned that New York and New Jersey are not prepared to accommodate the growth and issued key solutions in a new report published Wednesday.

There’s been an increase of 70,000, or about 28 percent, of daily New Jersey commuters traveling into New York City over the past 25 years, thanks to the development and transit improvements in northern New Jersey, according to the report, titled “Crossing the Hudson.”

Read the full article in AM New York.