Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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Aug 7 2019
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“This week, we were once again tragically reminded that our communities need all of the resources we can muster to stop acts of violence before they happen,”
Jun 25 2019
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"Every family knows their personal budget reflects their priorities. The same is true for the federal government’s budget."
Jun 7 2019
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"Shuttle bus service cannot be more than an emergency remedy, and I strongly urge NJT and Bombardier to swiftly restore safe, full service to the River Line."
Aug 27 2018
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"We’ve seen tremendous job growth in Camden, along with major improvements to city schools, parks and public safety – and now we’re bringing home federal resources to help create a modern, energy-efficient public transit system."
Nov 30 2017
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He wrote: “Rail and mass transit systems have been key targets for terrorist organizations, such as Al Qaeda, as well as lone-wolf terrorists… Derailing or bombing a train is a horrific thought, but one that we must be prepared for and secure ourselves against. We must ensure the traveling public is safe, and prevent the disruption of rail lines critical to our regional and national economies.”
Oct 4 2017
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Norcross urged the president to immediately develop an infrastructure plan that includes job opportunities with fair wages, skill development programs and comprehensive improvements for our schools, roads, and bridges.

May 30 2017
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CHERRY HILL, NJ – Members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao urging her to continue federal funding for the Gateway Project, despite the Trump Administration’s budget that calls for zeroing-out the transit New Starts program, the primary funding source to build new Hudson River rail tunnels and upgrade the Northeast Corridor. 

May 24 2017
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All twelve New Jersey U.S. House Representatives lauded the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $10 million grant to New Jersey Transit (NJT) to advance its implementation of Positive Train Control (PTC) along its rail lines.