A fire in a freight elevator at Penn Station caused delays on both NJ TRANSIT and Long Island Rail Road trains during the Friday evening commute.
Trains are rolling again on New Jersey TRANSIT’s North Jersey Coast Line after a train struck and killed a man on the tracks.
Spokesman William Smith said the agency is aiming to start equipping trains next year — but only certain cars, not the entire train.
New Jersey Transit is considering whether to continue to legal battle with a mobster’s family over a land deal.
NJ TRANSIT said one of its employees found white powder on board one of its trains and alerted authorities.
No one was in the car when the accident occurred around 6:30 a.m. Sunday, NJ.com reported. The vehicle had been reported stolen from a site in that Bergen County community.
New Jersey Transit says the driver of the car tried to dart out of the parking lot in order to beat the train.
Four rail tunnels that carry trains in and out of New York City may have to be closed one at a time for at least a year to repair damage from Superstorm Sandy.
Funding for transportation projects has long been simmering as an issue in New Jersey. Now, it’s coming to a boil.
PATH train service from Hoboken and Jersey City to New York will remain suspended through the evening rush hour due to power cable issues.
Good news for PATH commuters: Service has resumed after an electrical fire disrupted service all morning on the Journal Square to 33rd Street and 33rd Street to Hoboken lines Monday.
New Jersey is almost out of money to pay for its roads, so at a hearing next week, lawmakers will look into merging three big agencies.
Northern New Jersey leaders want to learn more about the impact of bringing the 7 train to the area.
The inbound center tube of the Lincoln Tunnel has been closed after a chain-reaction accident involving a New York-bound jitney bus and two other vehicles.
It appears that the man was hit after he stepped in front of a New York-bound train around 5:30 a.m. Monday, near the Aberdeen-Matawan station, NJ TRANSIT spokesman William Smith said. The name of the man killed has not been disclosed.