March 11, 2014
The chairman of the committee that held the hearings says initial findings suggest the transit problems were caused by “an overreliance on expensive bus options that fans were unlikely to use” as well as the lack of a backup plan.
February 19, 2014
The current executive director of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Veronique (Ronnie) Hakim, was named as James Weinstein's replacement. The move is expected to be completed by March 1.
February 11, 2014
Will look into why NJ Transit didn’t anticipate how many people would be taking the train home and plan to accommodate them.
December 10, 2013
Approximately 70% of game attendees will need to arrive by mass transportation – via bus, train, and high occupancy vehicles.
May 6, 2013
Ridership has slowly grown from just over eight million in 2009 to 10.2 million in 2012, with that growth continuing or holding reasonably steady over the first few months of 2013.
February 25, 2013
Executive Director Jim Weinstein said that the agency had to send four staff members to the Super Bowl in New Orleans to observe the city’s handling of transportation and security at the event so it could prepare for the game coming to the Meadowlands in 2014.
February 3, 2010
eAccess, LLC is Cubic Corp.'s RFID and smart card production company. Through strategic alliances with companies in Asia, North America, South America and the Middle East, eAccess offers smart card supply and combined services from Cubic.
December 7, 2009
Event-goers can purchase a roundtrip ticket for each event for only $5, which includes the cost of both the train and shuttle bus rides.
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