Topic : NJ Transit

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Severe obstructive sleep apnea to blame for NJ Transit, LIRR train crashes

Security and Safety | February 7, 2018

The NTSB also determined that these safety issues were not unique to these two properties, but exist throughout the country at many intercity passenger and commuter passenger train terminals.

NJ Transit's head of rail to leave agency

Rail| February 6, 2018

Robert Lavell has headed rail operations since 2014.

Management & Operations| January 31, 2018

Gov. Murphy nominates Corbett to Lead NJ Transit

Corbett currently serves as a VP at AECOM where he has had an oversight role on critical projects including Amtrak's Gateway Project.

Management & Operations| January 30, 2018

NJ Transit's Flora Castillo wins Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award

The award is presented each year to a nominee who takes initiative to facilitate professional opportunities for women and minorities, and promotes diversity, inclusion, and multi-cultural awareness within their organization.

Management & Operations| January 23, 2018

Governor orders NJ Transit audit

The audit will include a review of NJ Transit's finances, leadership structure, hiring process, and customer service.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2018

NJ Transit's Santoro resigns

Gov.-elect Phil Murphy will choose Santoro's successor.

Rail| January 3, 2018

Feds nix 50/50 plan for Hudson River Tunnel project

A letter from FTA to New York and New Jersey officials said the first phase of the project, estimated at $11 billion, seeks a 50% federal investment that is "considerably higher than much existing precedent for past 'mega projects'" and would deplete the existing grant program.

Rail| January 3, 2018

Bombardier to supply 17 additional locomotives to New Jersey

This second call off is valued at approximately $160 million and is based on a contract for 26 locomotives signed in 2008.

Rail| December 15, 2017

NJ Transit considers surcharge to pay for Hudson River rail tunnel project

The fee would generate $1.9 billion for NJ Transit's share of the project.

Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

Report finds NJ Transit lost a quarter of rail managers prior to Hoboken crash

As 49 of NJ Transit's most senior rail supervisors retired between January 2014 and July 2016, a group of younger potential replacements, including some who were considered rising stars, left the agency for other jobs.

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