Groups say Jersey City’s toll highway extension is bad for the climate

By Clark Mindock (May 16, 2022, 6:12 p.m. EDT) – Dozens of environmental, religious and social justice groups say New Jersey’s transit services are failing to cut carbon emissions and want to end an expansion planned $4.7 billion City of Jersey.

Legal petitions were filed by EmpowerNJ — a coalition of more than 135 groups including BlueWave NJ, Clean Water Action, the Sierra Club of New Jersey and others — on Thursday, seeking to compel the New Jersey Turnpike Authority and New Jersey Department of Transportation to find a way to comply with Gov. Phil Murphy’s November Greenhouse Gas Emissions Executive Order. They also demanded…

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