N.J. Garvee Sale Could Come Early

D'Ambrosio, Jill
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/7/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31858, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority to issue indirect grant anticipation revenue vehicles in fiscal 2006. Gap in transportation funding in the state; Projections about the authority's debt service payments; Support in the Legislature for raising the gas tax.


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