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Princeton looking to integrate bus system with larger transit

Bus| April 26, 2010
Pooling the resources of Tiger Transit, the Borough’s FreeB jitney shuttle, and New Jersey Transit could link much of the town and region, and provide access to communities facing a transportation shortfall.

NJ Transit approves adjusted fare, service plan

Accessibility| April 15, 2010
Fare plans will take effect May 1, 2010. Under the new plan there will be a modest 10-percent increase for local bus and light rail customers. Current Access Link services for people with disabilities who are unable to use regular bus service, and selected bus routes in eight counties will be maintained.
University| April 12, 2010

NJ Transit cuts could hurt college students, faculty

Student survey responses appeal to agency not to eliminate route and WHEELS shuttle service that takes them to a local college campus.
Bus| April 8, 2010

Rider concerns push NJ Transit to modify fare hike

After listening to customers and rail advocates protest a proposed 25 percent fare increase at a recent public hearing, transit officials will adjust plans for raising fares.
Bus| April 6, 2010

MCI tours CNG-equipped Commuter Coach

Tour will demonstrate the benefits of CNG to transit executives nationwide. The manufacturer is borrowing the coach from longtime customer NJ Transit. The touring model comes complete with a new Cummins CNG-powered engine.
Bus| March 5, 2010

NJ Transit releases fare, service proposal

The plan calls for most of the changes to take effect May 1, 2010, and NJ Transit expects to generate more than $140 million in revenue.
Rail| March 3, 2010

Ex-NJ Transit chief to serve as D.C. Metro's interim GM

As Executive Director of New Jersey Transit from 2007 to 2010, Richard Sarles opened the River LINE light rail service in southern New Jersey, and oversaw the extension of both the Newark Light Rail and Hudson Bergen Light Rail services.
Bus| February 9, 2010

NJ Transit to supplement coach express service

DeCamp Bus Lines agreed to allow NJ Transit buses to pick up and discharge passengers in their service area to fill gaps in DeCamp’s No. 32 line service, and has worked with NJ Transit on a new agreement to revise the “no-stop zone” on a six-month trial basis.
Rail| January 14, 2010

Environmental groups call for N.J. Transit probe

Two statewide coalitions warn of polluted soil under rail bed.
Rail| December 30, 2009

NJ Transit to open ARRA-funded parking lot

New lot offers 120 daily spaces and 357 permit parking spaces, and more than doubles parking capacity at Edison Station.

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