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October 29, 2014

NJ transit agencies preparing for future Sandy-like storms

While NJ Transit and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey continue repairing damages created by Hurricane Sandy, both are also simultaneously making preparations for similar storms that may occur in the future.


August 13, 2014

Port Authority of NY/NJ adding Wi-Fi at World Trade Center

The multi-year agreement will include complimentary Wi-Fi in the retail areas of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, as well as the PATH Station.


June 11, 2014

N.Y./N.J. officers arrest man for making terrorist threats

Paired with another report of a person carrying a gun on a New Jersey Transit light rail train, commuters experienced huge delays on Tuesday night.


May 30, 2014

Feds award $167M for Hurricane Sandy relief

The funds reimburse the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and New Jersey Transit for capital projects that are already under way under FTA pre-award authority, while also funding other projects that have not yet moved forward.


January 2, 2014

NY/NJ Port Authority unveils self-service kiosks

Will provide the millions of customers who use the bus terminal with directions to their gates and other amenities within the terminal, as well as searchable, real time bus schedule information.


November 28, 2012

PATH’s Hoboken station weeks from reopening

Officials reviewed infrastructure for flood mitigation, but more preventive measures may not have helped because of the age and location of the station.


August 29, 2012

Port Authority of NY/NJ offers tour of new train center

The new control center will allow PATH trains to operate on four-minute headway, which along new signals and extended station platforms, will add 20% more capacity from current levels. The station is set to open in January.


August 3, 2012

Port Authority of NY/NJ extends Bombardier contract

A fleet of 12 six-car Bombardier Innovia Monorail 100 trains originally served three airport terminals, three stations at remote parking lots and a rental car center via a dedicated, dual-lane elevated guideway. Since then, the system has been extended to the North East Corridor rail line, with the fleet expanding to 18 six-car trains.


April 25, 2012

Port Authority of N.Y./N.J. launches activity index

PA Pulse will combine monthly totals of rail and bus mass-transit users; aviation passengers; vehicle movements; and air, truck and sea cargo, providing a cross-section of transportation activity at the region’s key gateways and interstate crossings, which can be compared on a month-by-month basis.


April 5, 2012

N.Y./N.J. Port Authority to replace rail station for $256M

The new station will accommodate increased ridership at Harrison and eventually along the entire Newark-World Trade Center PATH line, with the addition of longer platforms to accommodate 10-car trains instead of the current eight-car limit.


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