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Legislation calls for NJ Transit to issue refunds for rail delays

Posted on November 14, 2018

Under terms of the measure, monthly pass holders would get a prorated amount refunded while single-ticket holders would get their money back.
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Under terms of the measure, monthly pass holders would get a prorated amount refunded while single-ticket holders would get their money back.
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NEWARK, N.J. — An Assemblywoman is sponsoring a measure that calls for NJ Transit to give refund passengers who are stuck on a delayed commuter rail or light rail train for more than an hour, New Jersey 101.5 reports.

Under terms of the legislation, monthly pass holders would get a prorated amount refunded while single-ticket holders would get their money back. Refunds will not be issued in the case of a police event. For the full story, click here.  

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