March is still coming in like a lion as more snow moves in Wednesday night after a wintry mix of snow and rain left roads and sidewalks a slushy mess.
Motorists needed extra time Monday morning to thaw out their vehicles after a winter storm left a mix of snow and ice across the Tri-State area.
Some riders said they’re already seeing a deterioration in service and questioned why they should be asked to pay more.
NJ TRANSIT said Tuesday that fare hikes or service “adjustments” were a possibility as the transportation agency deals with a major budget gap.
Severe and bitter cold took a toll on transit systems around the Tri-State Area Friday, with track trouble leading to extended delays for thousands of commuters at Penn Station.
Long Island Rail Road and NJ TRANSIT commuters faced significant delays Friday morning due to power problems and icing in the tunnels.
Southern New Jersey was largely spared by snow in winter storms earlier this season, but it was being hit the hardest on Tuesday.
Commuters faced some hazardous travel conditions during the morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Snow will follow bitter cold that brought some record-breaking temperatures to parts of the Tri-State area.
The fire occurred early Sunday as a bus traveled southbound on Route 9 in Marlboro Township, spokeswoman Nancy Snyder said.
The Bergen County Rail Line on the NJ TRANSIT system was partially shut down late Wednesday afternoon, after a man was struck by a train in Garfield, New Jersey.
The sub-zero wind chill isn’t the only problem commuters will face on Friday morning. Some bus stops in New Jersey look more like ice rinks after the latest storm.
Bitter cold temperatures and ice caused some early morning delays for rail commuters across the Tri-State area on Tuesday.
A winter storm is dumping snow and ice across the Tri-State area Monday, causing some dangerous driving conditions.
Travel bans were lifted Tuesday morning, a day after officials barred drivers from streets throughout the Tri-State area.