N.J. Transit is expanding the the MyBusNow program to cover all of New Jersey. The service offers real-time bus arrival estimates to a specific stop within a 30 minute window.
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 training exercise at the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail viaduct is expected to begin at 9 a.m. and last about three hours, NJ TRANSIT said.
Round two of wet weather settled over parts of the Tri-State Area on Thursday evening, pushing monthly rainfall totals within reach of the history books.
Newark Penn Station, Hoboken Terminal and Secaucus Junction are expected to be outfitted with Wi-Fi by the end of the year. The service will eventually be brought to other stations and trains.
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Cablevision would provide the equipment to allow passengers to surf the Internet, send and receive e-mail and use other applications.
NJ TRANSIT is advising its customers to leave work early Friday, if possible.
Anybody violating the policy is subject to removal, arrest and fines of up to $1,000, said spokeswoman Nancy Snyder.
If you ride three bus routes on NJ TRANSIT to get home from Manhattan during the week, you might be able to cut your commuting time.
The American Eskimo dog named Sparky ran away from home in Garfield and wound up stuck on the tracks in front of a Hoboken-bound train.
All PATH trains were back in operation Monday night following some rush hour suspensions, but with delays of up to 20 minutes.
There is once again a high terror alert in New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday they are taking no chances that an attack similar to the Boston Marathon bombings could happen here.
New York City subway riders make choices every day. Stand and grab a rail? Squeeze between two seated passengers? Give up your seat to a pregnant woman?
NYPD Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne said the city is stepping up security at hotels and other prominent locations through deployment of the NYPD’s critical response vehicles.