January 12, 2024 | politico.com
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy came to office six years ago as a Democrat promising to save public transit in his state.
Instead of becoming a hometown hero, Murphy’s now being blamed in two states for worsening the already dysfunctional regional transit system that surrounds and serves New York City. Democrats, advocates and environmentalists across the region increasingly cast Murphy as a mass transit villain and New York’s business leaders are souring on him.
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NJ SEED: Some would argue that if both sides are angry with you, you must be doing something right. However, it might be a wiser choice to keep constituents happy rather than worry too much about the money grabbers on the other side of the river.