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NJ Transit restores normal service levels

Accessibility| December 29, 2010
As of Wednesday, bus and rail service began operating on a regular weekday schedule. A small percentage of routes are subject to truncations or detours as a result of local road conditions.

NJ Transit wants to reappropriate $75M in tunnel money

Rail| December 14, 2010
Agency would like money to pay for multi-level railcars already on order.
Accessibility| November 23, 2010

Azure to deliver 10 hybrid shuttles to N.J.

The contract was managed by American Bus & Coach in Trenton, N.J. Goshen Coach in Elkhart, Ind., built the bodies for the buses.
Bus| November 17, 2010

NJ Transit launches state’s first ‘My Bus’ sign

My Bus, which launched in October, gives travelers the ability to find out when the next bus is arriving at more than 19,000 bus stops all over the state. Thousands of special bus stop signs will be installed throughout New Jersey, giving riders access to bus schedule information while on the go.
Bus| November 12, 2010

NJ Transit approves Homeland Security training

Funded by a $9M grant received through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Transit Security Grant Program, the ProActive Terrorist Recognition and Interdiction Operations and Tactics (P.A.T.R.I.O.T.) System training will be made available to approximately 9,500 NJ Transit employees.
Rail| November 5, 2010

Former NJ Transit employee, ACLU to sue agency

When Fenton was fired, the agency released a statement saying it had "concluded that Mr. Fenton violated his trust as a state employee and therefore was dismissed." The ACLU contends that Fenton was exercising his free speech.
Rail| October 28, 2010

N.J. Gov. Christie halts ARC tunnel project, again

Gov. Christie, who withdrew his support for the project a few weeks ago, said this decision to scrap it would not be reconsidered.
Bus| October 26, 2010

NJ Transit launches bus schedule text system

Based on a system of bus stop ID numbers — unique five-digit numbers the agency has assigned to each of its bus stops — My Bus enables customers who have cell phones with SMS (text messaging) capabilities to receive bus schedule information for a specific stop directly to their phones.
October 8, 2010

What hath Christie wrought?

I know I’m not the only one upset about the news that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has killed the New Jersey-to-New York tunnel project — the ARC (Access to the Region’s Core) — as it is known. To me, this project represented a huge step forward in the rebuilding of America’s transportation infrastructure. The current tunnel beneath the Hudson was built 100 years ago; do we really need to wait any longer to build another?
Rail| October 8, 2010

N.J. Gov.: ARC tunnel project canceled

The ARC Project Executive Committee recommended termination of the ARC Project based on a 30-day review, which confirmed the project is expected to substantially exceed its current budget. Cost overruns are estimated to be in a range from more than $2 billion to over $5 billion.

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