Gov. Christie: Odd/Even Gas Rationing Has Been Successful; Ends Tues. 6 AM

Governor Christie this afternoon announced that the gas rationing system he put into place to bring order to the long lines at the pumps following Hurricane Sandy has been successful, and is ending.

“The Odd/Even system has been very successful”, Governor Christie said. “It reduced anxiety and created order at the gas lines.”

With a limited amount of gas stations available due to the power outages, lines for gas stretched for miles at most area pumps as customers waited to fill up their cars and gas cans for their generators. Though Ocean County was never included in the system, neighboring Monmouth County was.

The Governor announced that the system will end tomorrow morning at 6 AM.

“We feel good now to end Odd/Even effective tomorrow at 6am in NJ’s 12 northern Counties”, Christie said. TLS. 


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