Topic : NJ TRANSIT

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NJ Transit requesting $885M from FRA

Rail| August 17, 2010
Agency seeking support to improve trip times, reliability and capacity on the Trenton to New York section of the corridor owned by Amtrak.

'Quiet cars' gain ground on commuter rail systems

Rail| August 10, 2010
NJ Transit is publicizing the Quiet Commute cars on its Website and also plans to wrap one of the cars to advertise their availability.
Rail| July 15, 2010

NJ Transit to test ‘Quiet Commute’ cars

Will begin a 90-day pilot program on Sept. 7 in response to customer requests. Pilot will run weekdays on the first and last cars of Northeast Corridor express trains, selected for the trains’ relatively long trip times and consistently high ridership.
Bus| June 2, 2010

PATH tests 'tap-and-go' PayPass card

In a pilot that includes NJ Transit, MTA and the Port Authority, customers will not have to use cash or fare cards from multiple agencies and will not have to wait in line at ticket machines.
Rail| May 27, 2010

Northeastern senators request emergency aid for transit

Proposed bill would provide $2 billion in assistance, reversing service cuts and layoffs in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Rail| May 18, 2010

Skanska awarded $52M tunnel contract

The Palisades Tunnel is part of the new Trans-Hudson Express Project, which will double NJ Transit rail capacity between New Jersey and New York.
Bus| May 13, 2010

NJ Transit to offer open access to developers

Developer Resources section of Website is designed to encourage the use of NJ Transit schedule data to improve customer access to information through new and innovative applications, including mobile applications, desktop applications and widgets.
Rail| May 11, 2010

Proposed New Jersey Light Rail Expansion Moves Forward

With STV Incorporated serving as the lead of a multi-firm team for the project, the Delaware River Port Authority and its PATCO subsidiary continue work to open a new light rail line that would not only tie together parts of South New Jersey, but provide access to Philadelphia.
Bus| April 26, 2010

Princeton looking to integrate bus system with larger transit

Pooling the resources of Tiger Transit, the Borough’s FreeB jitney shuttle, and New Jersey Transit could link much of the town and region, and provide access to communities facing a transportation shortfall.
Accessibility| April 15, 2010

NJ Transit approves adjusted fare, service plan

Fare plans will take effect May 1, 2010. Under the new plan there will be a modest 10-percent increase for local bus and light rail customers. Current Access Link services for people with disabilities who are unable to use regular bus service, and selected bus routes in eight counties will be maintained.

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