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NJ Transit fires Koran-burning employee

Rail| September 15, 2010
In a statement, NJ Transit said that Fenton's public actions "violated New Jersey Transit's code of ethics."

NJ Transit halts Hudson River tunnel project

Rail| September 14, 2010
The hiatus comes after five months of review by the FTA and NJ Transit officials to finalize the federal government's contribution to the project.
Rail| September 7, 2010

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

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.
Rail| September 1, 2010

NJ Transit seeking Wi-Fi proposals

Selected firm(s) will be responsible for the design and architecture of the system to be used, including a list of materials, software, functionality of each module and all connections between system components as well as an implementation schedule. The RFP is due by 4 p.m. on September 30.
Rail| August 24, 2010

Northeast corridor rail service severely impacted

Both Amtrak and New Jersey Transit experienced power problems while a fire inside a control tower near Jamaica, N.Y., burned equipment used to control track switches at the nearby train hub.
Rail| August 17, 2010

NJ Transit requesting $885M from FRA

Agency seeking support to improve trip times, reliability and capacity on the Trenton to New York section of the corridor owned by Amtrak.
Rail| August 10, 2010

'Quiet cars' gain ground on commuter rail systems

NJ Transit is publicizing the Quiet Commute cars on its Website and also plans to wrap one of the cars to advertise their availability.
Rail| July 15, 2010

NJ Transit to test ‘Quiet Commute’ cars

Will begin a 90-day pilot program on Sept. 7 in response to customer requests. Pilot will run weekdays on the first and last cars of Northeast Corridor express trains, selected for the trains’ relatively long trip times and consistently high ridership.
Bus| June 2, 2010

PATH tests 'tap-and-go' PayPass card

In a pilot that includes NJ Transit, MTA and the Port Authority, customers will not have to use cash or fare cards from multiple agencies and will not have to wait in line at ticket machines.
Rail| May 27, 2010

Northeastern senators request emergency aid for transit

Proposed bill would provide $2 billion in assistance, reversing service cuts and layoffs in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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