May 7, 2014
A $12.4 billion project to replace the Hudson tunnels, which would have more than doubled the number of peak-time runs, to 48 trains per hour, was canceled by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in 2010.
October 18, 2011
The competitive transit grant awards were part of the DOT's Bus Livability and State of Good Repair programs.
October 10, 2011
Data tabulated by NJ Transit and released on Friday show that a net of $591.4 million was spent on the project from its formal inception in the summer of 2006 through August 31.
January 24, 2011
The projects awarded are part of the State Transportation Improvement Program and voter-approved Proposition 1B, a $20 billion bond program to fund transportation projects throughout the state.
January 11, 2011
Gov. Christie cancelled the ARC commuter tunnel after projections showed the project could go at least $1 billion over its $8.7 billion budget. The new deadline is Jan. 18, 2011.
December 14, 2010
Agency would like money to pay for multi-level railcars already on order.
October 28, 2010
Gov. Christie, who withdrew his support for the project a few weeks ago, said this decision to scrap it would not be reconsidered.
August 17, 2009
In addition to the Mass Transit Tunnel Project, money will also pay for bus, van and railcar purchases, as well as facility, track, and safety and bridge improvements throughout the system.
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.
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