Some filthy restrooms in the NJ TRANSIT concourse at Penn Station have yet to be scratched off the “to-do” list for upgrades.
The No. 113 Express from Dunellen is scheduled to arrive at Port Authority Bus Terminal at 7:39 a.m., but the bus didn’t get there until 9:22 a.m. Thursday.
The revenue-boosting measure was part of Gov. Chris Christie’s economic reform plan and is expected to bring the state an additional $1.6 million annually, according to the agency.
The free rides would still remain in the contracts for 9,000 unionized workers, but ending the perk for non-union workers could help save the state money, officials said.
These days you can buy just about anything online and now that includes NJ TRANSIT train tickets.