NJ TRANSIT Workers May Strike March 12 If Agreement Isn't ReachedThe last time NJ Transit workers went on strike was in 1983.
Snowbound Bus Stops Force Commuters To Make Dangerous Walk Along Route 3Bus riders have been forced to walk dangerously close to cars as snow sits uncleared at the bus stop.
Jersey Shore Flooding Brings Back Memories Of SandyMajor highways are clear in New Jersey following the massive storm that clobbered the state, but many schools are closed Monday because snow remains a problem on local roads.
New Jersey Digging Out, Cleaning Up After Powerful Winter StormNew Jersey is digging out and cleaning up after a massive blizzard dumped more than two feet of snow on parts of the state and caused flooding along the Jersey shore.
Much Of LIRR, Remaining Subways To Resume Monday; Metro-North, NJ TRANSIT Customers Face SnagsSome NJ TRANSIT and Metro-North Railroad customers were thrown off by delays and cancellations as service resumed Sunday, while the Long Island Rail Road remained out of service.
Police: Child Injured When Car, NJ TRANSIT Bus Collide In CliftonThe investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Injuries Reported After NJ TRANSIT Bus Crashes Into Tree In NewarkThe accident took place just before 2 p.m. at Wainwright Street and Lyons Avenue.
Driver Injured When NJ TRANSIT Train Strikes Car In Paterson, N.J.A driver was hospitalized Thursday night after an NJ TRANSIT train struck a vehicle in Paterson, New Jersey.
Santas Hit NJ For Annual Ho-Ho-Hoboken SantaConAs a precaution, NJ TRANSIT banned alcoholic beverages on light rail and buses Saturday and said the policy will be strictly enforced.
NJ TRANSIT: Janitor Catches Suspected Burglar At Secaucus StationA janitor at the NJ TRANSIT station in Secaucus put the motto “when you see something, say something” into action this week.
Power Problem Disrupts Amtrak Service Along Northeast CorridorA power problem is creating significant delays on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
Commuters May Have To Help Foot Bill For Hudson River Rail TunnelsThe federal government and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will partner in the project to help ease congestion – but commuters will have to help foot the bill.