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October 21, 2013

NJ Transit expands mobile ticketing program

MyTix is available for free download on any Web-enabled iOS or Android operating system, via the App Store for iOS devices and the Google Play Store for Android devices.


June 13, 2013

NJ Transit to add Wi-Fi on rail system

Board of directors authorized the agency to enter into a public-private partnership with Cablevision to offer high-speed wireless Internet access at stations and onboard trains.


April 25, 2013

NJ Transit introduces mobile ticketing pilot

MyTix allows customers to purchase one-way tickets and monthly passes securely on their mobile devices for travel on the Pascack Valley Line, as well as between Penn Station New York and the Meadowlands Rail Station for special events.


June 13, 2012

NJ Transit to change bike policy in July

In response to customer feedback and comments from the bicycling community, agency officials asked the North and South Jersey Transportation Advisory Committees to review NJ Transit’s existing bicycle policy and make recommendations that could safely reduce restrictions limiting bicycle access on trains.


May 9, 2012

NJ Transit unveils customer satisfaction results

Rail customers gave the agency an overall score of 5.3, a significant increase from last quarter’s score of 4.1. Customers ranked fares, mechanical reliability, the handling of service disruptions and information during service disruptions as the most important attributes that need improvement.


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