The 800-foot-long concrete trench could someday lead to two new commuter rail tunnels under the Hudson River to New Jersey, but that will happen only if the billions needed to build them ever materialize.
The transit agency surrendered the number in question in 2008. The phone company apparently reassigned it.
Trains are back on schedule after commuters faced delays into and out of New York City for about three hours Thursday morning due to downed overhead wires at Penn Station.
Officials are advising commuters who use the Pulaski Skyway that last week was the exception, not the norm.
The first weekday commute with the inbound Pulaski Skyway closed wasn’t much different from a normal Monday.
Customers were directed off an NJ TRANSIT train in Hoboken Friday evening after two trains came into contact.
A brush fire billowing thick black smoke has burned 35 to 40 acres in a marshy part of central New Jersey.
At its monthly board meeting Tuesday, the agency approved spending nearly a half-million dollars on an outside consultant to conduct a comprehensive safety review.
The suit filed last month by 57-year-old Charlie Davis, suffering from end-stage renal failure, may be the first of its kind in New Jersey, where medical marijuana has been legally available since 2012.
The blaze broke out in Newark and Kearny Wednesday afternoon. No injuries were reported, but strong winds were hindering efforts to contain the fire, officials said.
Witnesses reported 50-year-old Frank Farriella of Middlesex was leaning in the path of the oncoming train at the New Brunswick station platform when he was struck Tuesday.
One person was killed, and three others were injured, when they were hit by a NJ TRANSIT train in New Brunswick, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.
Samson, who has been at the center of several controversies in recent months over potential conflicts of interest involving his powerful law firm, recused himself from a vote.
Amtrak has big plans to improve service on the Northeast Corridor, but said Congress has to get on board first.
A chain-reaction crash at the Lincoln Tunnel in the tube leading out of New York City created a traffic standstill on both sides of the Hudson River during Wednesday’s morning commute.