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December 27, 2012

NYC, NJ Transit prep for first round of winter weather

NYC Transit created a Winter Weather Travel Guide for customers, and deployed a fleet of snow-fighting and de-icing equipment designed to keep outdoor tracks, switches and third rails clear of snow and ice. NJ Transit will offer full system wide cross-honoring and is deploying snow plows and salt spreaders.


November 27, 2012

NJ Transit cross-honoring in preparation for winter storm

Customers can use their tickets or passes on alternate travel modes. The agency is also taking additional steps to handle the impending winter weather, including making snow plows and salt spreaders ready for service, stocking 16,000 bags of snow-melting supplies, and inspection and maintenance on nearly 2,200 buses.


December 12, 2011

Web Extra: How are you preparing your alt-fuel fleet for winter?

University transit system operators from Illinois, Indiana and Virginia discuss fuel storage and heating.


December 7, 2011

N.Y. MTA bolsters winter weather preparation

After unprecedented conditions during the December 26, 2010 blizzard crippled the system, NYCT immediately began a review and made the changes required to strengthen storm preparedness. Changes include the appointment of an Emergency Coordinator to facilitate storm response coordination and the establishment of situation rooms to manage storm response activities.


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