New Jersey to Allow Rest Area Sponsorships

New Jersey is set to allow private companies to sponsor rest areas and service areas in return for their upkeep after the New Jersey Senate voted unanimously to advance a bill to Gov. Chris Christie that would authorize corporate sponsorship on rest areas along the New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway and other state-owned highways. The federal highway transportation bill signed into law in 2012 allowed states to sell advertising and sponsorships at rest areas.

 

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