The Bridgegate debacle has cast a shadow on Gov. Chris Christie and his administration, but it doesn't appear to be affecting whether or not the republican governor will run for President of the United States in 2016.

Governor Chris Christie (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)

Christie, answering a reporter's question at a Camden event on Monday, suggested his national presence has not slowed down in light of the George Washington Bridge scandal, noting he's been to "15 states in the past six months."

"Seems to me I'm traveling more now than before I was reelected," Christie said.

Still, Christie said he remains undecided, but admitted a presidential run is something he's thinking about.

"I won't make any decision on it until 2015," he said.

His main priorities this year, he said, are serving as New Jersey's governor and as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.

"At the end of the day, I'm far off from making any decision like that," Christie added. "And when I do, I'll let everybody know."