As New Jersey residents struggle without electricity and an ever-shrinking gas supply, this is a welcome piece of good news: New Jersey Transit will be back up and running with limited service on Friday morning, but won’t be making the trip in to New York City. The state is slated to receive $10 million in emergency aid to fix roads and bridges that were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Governor Chris Christie said the state will be getting a quarter-million gallons of gasoline that Obama ordered, and that tomorrow will see 14,000 workers doing power restoration. Patience, patience, residents of the Garden State.
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