April 9, 2013
The survey asked bus, rail, light rail and Access Link paratransit customers to rate the agency on a scale of 0 to 10. Customers also considered 41 attributes of the system related to facilities, service, vehicles, communications and the overall experience using NJ Transit.
January 30, 2013
The search began after the ill-fated decision by NJ Transit to leave trains in rail yards in Kearny and Hoboken that ended up underwater during Hurricane Sandy, causing $100 million in damage.
March 14, 2012
The project’s completion, expected by the end of next year, will bring the total number of accessible Newark Light Rail stations to 12, out of the total 17.
January 4, 2012
In addition to achieving a 54% reduction in collisions since launching program, the agency has seen the frequency of risky driving events per vehicle decrease by 91% and the use of cell phones decrease by 69%, according to the agency.
November 9, 2011
The agency is currently taking delivery of 1,145 new buses that are already equipped with smart bus technology provided by Clever Devices. The procurement of additional smart bus platforms for the remaining buses, along with the contract amendment for contracted bus routes, will enable NJ Transit's entire bus fleet to be equipped with this technology.
April 14, 2009
Spartan Solutions has offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
April 8, 2009
Rogoff is a recipient of the U.S. Coast Guard Distinguished Public Service Award and the Lester P. Lamm Memorial Award for outstanding leadership and dedication to U.S. highway transportation programs.
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