State Audit Shows NJ Transit Remains On Life Support As Unreliability, Other Problems ContinueThere were 18,000 delayed trains between 2017 and May 2019 due to circumstances that auditors say could have been prevented by the agency.
Commuter Alert: PATH 33rd Street Line SuspendedPATH riders will need to use the Newark-World Trade Center Line for access into and out of the city.
Woman Dies After Being Struck By NJ Transit Train In Bergen CountyIt's unclear why the woman was on the tracks.
Gov. Murphy: Once Again, NJ TRANSIT Fares Will Not Go UpThe decision marks three straight years without a fare hike. But at the same time a budget gap is expected for things like hiring new employees and replacing old bus and train fleets.
Area Transit Agencies Meet With Start-Up Companies To Discuss Modernizing Public TransportationThere's a new effort to make sure public transportation keeps up with technology.
NJ TRANSIT Riders Slam Agency, Say Their Buses Are Late At Least 3 Times A Week In New SurveyIn an agency survey sent to commuters, bus riders are slamming NJ TRANSIT's service.
New Jersey Transit Website Has New Tool To Track PerformanceRiders can track delays, cancellations and service issues on buses and trains dating back to 2017.
Bipartisan State Senate Committe Charged With Fixing Troubled NJ TRANSIT Once And For AllCommuters were recently given a chance to sound off about their issues with NJ TRANSIT. Lawmakers are looking to improve service and upgrade one of the busiest transit hubs in the Garden State.
Trespasser Struck By Train In New JerseyAt the height of the investigation, delays were up to 45 minutes into and out of Penn Station.
Murphy Welcomes New Group NJ TRANSIT EngineersA lack of engineers has been blamed for NJ TRANSIT delays and cancellations.
Improvements Coming To Some NJ Train Stations, But Commuters Say They Prefer Reliable ServiceOn Tuesday, NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak announced a renewed partnership to make improvements to some train stations.
NJ TRANSIT Resumes Raritan Valley Line After Positive Train Control WorkGov. Phil Murphy has announced that off-peak one-seat rides to Manhattan will be restored next month on NJ TRANSIT's Raritan Valley Line.
New Jersey Senate President Starting Investigation Into NJ TRANSIT's Continued FailuresFor NJ TRANSIT, it’s been a never ending saga of commuter woes, with delays and cancellations becoming the norm.
New Report Finds NJ TRANSIT Buses Slow, Unreliable, Difficult To UseThe Tri-State Transportation Campaign's report offers suggestions on how to improve the ride.
Exclusive Video Shows Car Struck By NJ TRANSIT Train In River Edge; 2 InjuredIt happened around 7:30 a.m. near New Bridge Landing.