June 4th, 2019THE CITY OF ORANGE RECEIVES $9.9 MILLION IN LOW-INTEREST-RATE FUNDING FROM THE STATE TO PERFORM CITY-WIDE ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS
CITY OF ORANGE, NJ - The City of Orange announced that it recently received a $9.9 million low-interest rate loan from the NJ Transportation Bank to c...Read More
May 23rd, 2019CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ DOT AND THE NJ I-BANK COMMEMORATE THE FIRST TRANSPORTATION BANK LOAN WITH A GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONY
A bright, sunny, and increasingly hot day set the stage for State, County and local officials along with representatives of the NJ Infrastructure Bank...Read More
June 1st, 2018NEW JERSEY TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE BANK IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
The Murphy Administration today announced that the New Jersey Transportation Bank is now offering low interest loans to municipalities and counties to reduce the cost of local transportation projects....
May 30th, 2018NJTIB PRIORITIZES REPAIR OF AGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY
The New Jersey Transportation Infrastructure Bank (NJTIB), designed to help the state fix its aging infrastructure, improve pedestrian safety, and advance the movement of passengers and goods, is now ...
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