NJ TRANSIT Bus Goes Up In Flames On Route 23An NJ TRANSIT bus went up in flames in Pequannock Township Tuesday evening.
Woman Struck, Killed By NJ TRANSIT Train In MorristownNJ TRANSIT trains on the Morris & Essex Line were delayed Friday evening after a woman was struck and killed by a train.
Tri-State Guide To Planes, Trains & AutomobilesWhether you're taking a train, plane or automobile to travel for the holidays, we're here to help you navigate with this comprehensive list of resources.
12 NJ TRANSIT Workers Now Removed After Showing Signs Of Sleep ApneaTwelve NJ TRANSIT train operators have been pulled from service after they showed signs of sleep apnea, the transit agency said Thursday.
NJ TRANSIT Temporarily Removes 11 Workers Under New Fatigue Assessment ProgramThe effort by the transit agency stems from a Sept. 29 crash of a train from New York in Hoboken that killed one person standing on a platform and injured more than 100 others.
NJ TRANSIT Prepared To Battle WinterNJ TRANSIT said it's prepared to get its passengers to and from work in the winter.
Man Pulls Emergency Handle, Jumps Onto NJ TRANSIT Tracks After Dropping Cell PhoneAccording to NJ TRANSIT, Eric Jones of Harlem allegedly pulled the emergency door release on a North Jersey Coast line train near Secaucus Junction around 8:20 a.m., which resulted in a train crew member stopping the train.
Demanding Answers: Why Was NJ TRANSIT Bus Going Wrong Way Down Garden State Parkway?Why was an NJ TRANSIT bus going down the Garden State Parkway the wrong way recently, heading right for oncoming traffic?
NJ TRANSIT Bus Spotted Going Wrong Way On Garden State ParkwayAn NJ TRANSIT bus made drivers do a double take recently, riding the wrong way into oncoming traffic.
New Federal Guidelines Call For Train Operators To Be Tested For Sleep ApneaBefore someone takes the controls of a passenger train, they need to be tested for sleep apnea, and if they are diagnosed, they need to be treated.
NJ TRANSIT Will No Longer Allow Engineers Who Exhibit Symptoms Of Sleep Apnea To Operate TrainsNJ TRANSIT announced Monday that it is no longer allowing its engineers to operate trains while they are being treated for sleep apnea.
Deadly Train Accidents Have Feds Pushing Railroads To Fight Employee FatigueFederal officials are pushing New Jersey Transit, and other railroads to do more to fight employee fatigue.

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