It's one of the most cringe-worthy moments while driving on New Jersey's roads — going over a pothole you never saw coming. For the rest of the ride, you're praying your vehicle came away unscathed. But for hundreds — sometimes thousands — of unlucky motorists per year…
The nomination of Louis Goetting of Point Pleasant to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority Board would mean long-overdue advocacy for the Jersey Shore, say state lawmakers who are pushing to turn shore representation into a requirement.
When the New Jersey Turnpike Authority meets, if anyone at the table is from South Jersey, it's almost coincidental. It would become mandatory, if a bill sponsored by Ocean County lawmakers advances and gets the Governor's approval.
Did you know that a highway project in the 1970s called for a road to connect the Garden State Parkway to the New Jersey Turnpike was planned to start in Toms River? So decades later -- we're asking how would that have impacted your life?