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NJ Transit makes some weekend trains ‘bike-friendly’

Rail| August 7, 2012
As part of the expanded Bike Aboard program, NJ Transit will offer 418 designated bike trains on weekends on the Raritan Valley, Main/Bergen County, Pascack Valley, Gladstone, Montclair-Boonton and Atlantic City Rail lines. Collapsible bicycles are permitted on all trains at all times.

FTA awards $787M in grants

Bus| July 23, 2012
FTA received 836 project applications totaling $4 billion in requests. In FY2010 and FY2011, FTA awarded a total of more than $1.8 billion in grants for hundreds of state of good repair projects, primarily involving buses and bus facilities.
Rail| June 11, 2012

NJ Transit may add bike accessibility on all trains

Bike Aboard would allow bikers to carry collapsible bikes onto all trains and at all stations during off-peak travel periods.
Rail| 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.
Rail| April 12, 2012

NJ Transit chief defends Gov.’s decision to end ARC

Executive director Jim Weinstein said that the project was terminated based on a recommendation from a committee — headed by him — because New Jersey couldn’t afford it.
Rail| February 9, 2012

NJ Transit unveils rail safety blueprint

Announcement caps three months of work by a oversight committee formed in wake of two incidents in October 2011, which claimed the lives of three teenagers and injured a fourth.
Bus| January 12, 2012

NJ Transit nears completion of diesel bus overhaul

Agency has installed emissions control technology on many of its older buses as part of a long-term statewide strategy designed to reduce air pollution.
Bus| September 29, 2011

N.J. Transit expands contactless ticketing system

Riders can now simply wave or tap their credit or debit cards on twice as many bus routes, including buses traveling to different zones in the system.
Accessibility| September 8, 2011

New Jersey Transit changed security approach post 9/11

This meant implementing a new level of vigilance for the agency's transit police; a long-term effort to educate riders; partnerships with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies; and an increase in special operations security training.
Bus| August 29, 2011

East Coast transit services slowly returning following hurricane

Full restoration of service is a lengthy process, as damage is assessed and repaired, equipment and personnel are positioned, and safety is ensured, according to New York MTA.

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