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N.J. Transit breaks ground on Mass Transit Tunnel

Rail| June 8, 2009
The $8.7 billion project is expected to generate and sustain 6,000 jobs through the construction phase of two new rail tunnels under the Hudson River, an expanded New York Penn Station and other key elements.

FTA, ARRA to fund ARC project

Rail| June 8, 2009
The agency will make a “down payment” toward an eventual commitment of $3 billion by approving a $1.35 billion Early Systems Work Agreement (ESWA). The project will allow NJ Transit to double rail service capacity into Manhattan.
Rail| May 14, 2009

NJ Transit awards first MTT tunnel contract

Ferreira Construction Co. Inc. of Branchburg, N.J. won the $13.6 million construction order.
Bus| April 28, 2009

N.J. Transit to forgo fare increase

Agency will balance its budget by cutting administrative expenses by $22.5 million to partly offset the shortfall, as well as benefit from federal funds made available from the Department of Transportation.
Bus| April 10, 2009

N.J. Transit awards first ARRA contract

Contract will pay for a new parking lot with 500 parking spaces. In addition, the project will generate approximately 110 jobs during construction and includes repaving and reconfiguring one of two existing lots.
Bus| March 12, 2009

NJ Transit plans upgrades for Port Authority terminal

Enhancements will include real-time travel information, faster ticketing and improved PA announcements.
Rail| February 12, 2009

N.J. Transit incentivizes bidding process participation

Bids will be accepted for each of the three tunnel segments, with unsuccessful bidders receiving up to $375,000 for their submissions. The stipend allows agency to retain rights to all submissions.
Bus| February 10, 2009

N.J. Transit, tourism corp., to promote joint ticketing

Will promote ease of traveling between Philadelphia and New York — via N.J. Transit and SEPTA — with a connection at the Trenton Transit Center, a convenient and affordable way to get to Philadelphia hotels.
Rail| February 3, 2009

N.J. completes light rail communication system

System enables dozens of responding agencies — including fire, police and EMS — to communicate with each other via a common radio channel, accessible from each department’s own radio equipment.

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