AbstractEvery period of economic progression in New Jersey was built upon earlier investments in transportation infrastructure. As the twenty-first century unfolds, the relationship between economic growth and infrastructure investment is again becoming a major public policy issue as the state confronts an era of diminishing transportation resources.
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