Steve Carrellas

Should NJ Have a Toll Payer Advocate?

Feb 22, 2021
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A toll payer advocate -- a state authority to help drivers with toll disputes. New York State has had one for a year, since it went to cashless tolling. It has proven to be helpful.

Lawmaker Proposes Changes In NJ Speed Limits

Jul 31, 2018

A New Jersey lawmaker has introduced legislation that would require speed limits on major highways to be set at the speed at which 85 percent of drivers are traveling.

Senator Declan O’Scanlon says an artificially low speed limit increases the difference in speeds between the vast majority of drivers and those who adhere to the posted limit.