Topic : New Jersey transit

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N.J. Transit begins quiet car testing on Northeast corridor

Rail| September 7, 2010
Quiet Commute cars will be offered weekdays on the first and last cars of Northeast Corridor express trains in the “3900-series” – which operate to and from the outer-zone stations of Trenton, Hamilton and Princeton Junction.

Web Extra: Princeton study suggests free shuttle system

University| May 12, 2010
Early in the process, the Community Transportation Coordination Initiative identified a series of goals, including creating a coordinated and integrated transit system in order to increase transit ridership and reduce dependence on motor vehicles
Bus| February 18, 2010

NJ Transit facing estimated $300M budget gap

Current and future budget shortfalls have arisen due to the severe national recession and the state’s $2.2 billion current-year budget gap, and $11 billion FY11 budget gap.
Bus| January 28, 2010

Board approves N.J. Transit chief, $261K salary

Formerly, James Weinstein was senior VP in charge of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, New Jersey Commissioner of Transportation and chairman of N.J. Transit.
Rail| December 11, 2009

NJ Transit OK's first Mass Transit Tunnel contract

The Manhattan tunnel segment is part of an overall project to build two new single-track commuter rail tunnels under the Hudson River, doubling capacity of the two-track tunnel that was built 100 years ago, which today operates at its functional capacity.
Bus| October 14, 2009

NJ Transit redesigned Website improves functionality

Site includes an expansion of the popular “DepartureVision” feature, which enables customers to view train departure screens on their computer or mobile device. The feature is now available at most NJ Transit rail stations.
Rail| August 12, 2009

N.J. to test mobile train departure board service

New service displays train departure boards on mobile devices, such as iPhones, Blackberries or Web-enabled cell phones.
Rail| July 22, 2009

N.J. Transit launches Meadowlands rail service

Dozens of officials and guests, including players from the New York Jets and New York Giants, joined N.J. Governor Corzine for the train ride, which originated in Hoboken and finished with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Meadowlands Station.
Accessibility| June 17, 2009

First Transit awarded NJ Transit contract

The contract is a three-year agreement that includes the operation, maintenance and management of a fleet of 87 ADA paratransit buses serving the Newark area, including Essex, Union, Hudson, Somerset and Morris counties.
Bus| June 12, 2009

NJ Transit to purchase locomotives, shelters

The board's decision enables the agency to purchase an additional nine ALP-46A electric locomotives and spare parts for $72 million.

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