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NJ TRANSIT To Moves Trains To Higher GroundThe transit agency said it is coming up with a way to redesign its existing county yard facility along the Northeast Corridor, south of New Brunswick, to turn it into a train storage and re-inspection facility.
NJ TRANSIT Chief: Weather, Infrastructure To Blame For Downed Power LinesThe train left about 1,000 passengers stranded for nearly two hours on cars without power or heat on an extremely frigid night.
Penn Station Restroom Conditions Spark Repeated ComplaintsSome filthy restrooms in the NJ TRANSIT concourse at Penn Station have yet to be scratched off the “to-do” list for upgrades.
NJ TRANSIT Approves Wi-Fi Plan For Stations, TrainsNewark Penn Station, Hoboken Terminal and Secaucus Junction are expected to be outfitted with Wi-Fi by the end of the year. The service will eventually be brought to other stations and trains.
NY Waterway, NJ TRANSIT To Launch Bus-Ferry Pilot ProgramIf you ride three bus routes on NJ TRANSIT to get home from Manhattan during the week, you might be able to cut your commuting time.
NJ TRANSIT Chief: No Fare Hike AheadExecutive Director Jim Weinstein says the transit agency plans to keep fares from rising for the fourth straight year.
NJ TRANSIT Officials Hear From Customers At Forum In HobokenTuesday's "We Are Listening" forum was the second of three NJ TRANSIT officials are holding to hear directly from riders.
NJT, Metro-North Restore More Service Lost During Superstorm SandyExecutive director James Weinstein said full restoration marks another milestone because most customers commute to and from Manhattan.
NJ TRANSIT: Still Months For Electric Trains Out Of HobokenIt will take two to three more months for NJ TRANSIT to make interim repairs to the substation that powers the Hoboken Terminal and its electric trains running on overhead wires.
NJ TRANSIT Executive Defends Storing Trains In Low-Lying Areas Ahead Of SandyThe New Jersey state Assembly held a committee hearing Monday on the damage sustained by NJ TRANSIT's infrastructure during superstorm Sandy.
NJ TRANSIT Sandy Cost: Nearly $400 Million For Repairs, ReplacementsNJT came under fire for leaving trains in rail yards prone to flooding and, in total, 62 locomotives and 261 rail cars were damaged.
Transit Watchdog Group Calls For 'Refocus On Maintenance' By NJ TRANSITSenator Frank Lautenberg has announced he plans to hold a hearing at some point to look into why the train fleet suffered tens of millions of dollars worth of damage during the storm.
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