We’d Love to Hear Governor Christie “Tell It Like It Is” in New Jersey

This week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is in New Hampshire as part of a “Tell It Like It Is Town Hall Tour.” So, we ask the Governor to “tell it like it is” when it comes to the state of transportation in the Garden State.

The soon-to-be-insolvent Transportation Trust Fund is not a crisis?”
Tell it like it is!

How’s the five-year Capital Program working out? You know, the one that relies increasingly more on cash and less on debt?
Tell it like it is!

Still think the decision to terminate the ARC project was a good idea?
Tell it like it is!

How much of a dent is NJ making in its backlog of 621 structurally deficient bridges?
Tell it like it is!

How does New Jersey rank nationally in pavement condition?
Tell it like it is!

How do pedestrians fare on New Jersey’s streets?
Tell it like it is!

What happened to the infrastructure improvements planned for Route 130, NJ’s Most Dangerous Road for the fifth year in a row?
Tell it like it is!

What good will come of solving the transportation funding problem on the backs of NJ Transit riders?
Tell it like it is!

“It is time to tell the truth about what we need to do in order to solve our problems and put our country back on the path to greater prosperity,” Governor Christie said this week, criticizing politicians for “not telling people the truth.”

We’re all for hearing the truth. Won’t you tell us, Governor?

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