This year’s Super Bowl has the distinction of relying on mass transit to take up to 30,000 fans to the game.
A train with about 800 passengers lost power Wednesday morning just hours after more than two dozen passengers on another train had to be rescued.
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.