Topic : Kevin Corbett

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NJ TRANSIT set to open Atlantic City Rail Line in Q2

Management & Operations| January 29, 2019

The agency continues to address a continuing shortage of locomotive engineers, as well as equipment availability, as PTC installations and testing continues.

NJ TRANSIT awards New Flyer $65M contract for new artic buses

Bus| January 17, 2019

This purchase is a “one for one’’ replacement of NJ TRANSIT’s aging articulated bus fleet as it reaches the end of its expected service life.

Rail| January 15, 2019

NJ TRANSIT lease plan to generate $2.1M in non-farebox revenue

Continues its efforts to maximize non-farebox revenue by leveraging prime retail locations at its train stations.

Management & Operations| December 10, 2018

NJ TRANSIT exploring sale of land, air rights

The idea would be a way for agency to monetize prime real estate in every municipality where it has a train station.

Management & Operations| December 6, 2018

NJ TRANSIT launches customer-focused communications initiative

The effort focuses on addressing customer needs, providing more timely information, and improving all customer touchpoints.

Management & Operations| November 7, 2018

NJ TRANSIT engineer recruitment effort gets overwhelming response

The agency has also increased the number of engineer training classes from one or two per year to four per year.

Rail| October 24, 2018

NJ TRANSIT accelerates locomotive engineer training

Program consists of 14 assistant conductors who are already rules-qualified, reducing their training time from 20 months to 12.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2018

NJ Transit mourns passing of founding chairman of the board

Louis J. Gambaccini helped shape transportation policy and initiated innovative solutions for transit issues during his more than 50-year career.

Security and Safety | June 27, 2018

NJ Transit concedes it will not meet PTC deadline

Corbett’s statement comes on the heels of a letter sent to NJ Transit by the FRA that said the agency was at risk of failing to meet the requirements to even apply for the extension.

Management & Operations| June 14, 2018

NJ TRANSIT looking to upgrade fare payment systems

Upgrades include the acceptance of mobile payment and open contactless bank cards, and contactless fare cards.

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