Topic : NJ TRANSIT

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Idea to merge rail systems has lessons for us all

Management & Operations| June 6, 2018

Unless there are clearly defined responsibilities with defined funding sources and some levels of autonomy, they become troubled.

NJ TRANSIT, Intersection launch interactive kiosks at rail stations

Technology| May 23, 2018

More than 50,000 customers served by 4 light rail stations each day now have access to real-time transit information, wayfinding, and maps to help ease their commutes.

Technology| May 21, 2018

NJ TRANSIT piloting new fare tech onboard trains

Crew members will use the devices to scan the barcodes on all paper and electronic tickets, including monthly passes.

Bus| May 9, 2018

NJ Transit awards MCI 182-commuter coach contract

Vehicles feature a 57-seat configuration that is Wi-Fi ready, seatbelt-equipped and ADA-compliant.

Rail| April 19, 2018

Report suggests merging LIRR, NJ Transit, and Metro-North

The "Trans-Regional Express," or "T-REX," would connect the systems to greatly cut travel times and increase capacity on rail lines that will only see more strain as the area's population grows.

Rail| March 15, 2018

NJ Transit continues closing gap on overcrowded trains

The agency's team was in Maryland earlier this week to inspect 20 railcars as a lease was being worked out.

Security and Safety | February 20, 2018

Amtrak could ban NJ Transit trains if PTC installation is not completed

President/CEO Richard Anderson told a House subcommittee that the agency is worried passengers are being put at risk by delays in installing the technology that’s designed to prevent crashes.

Management & Operations| February 16, 2018

NJ Transit to ease overcrowded trains, confirms Corbett as exec. director

Twenty railcars will be put back in service that had been waiting to have Positive Train Control equipment installed, with the agency also planning to lease another 20 railcars from the Marlyand Transit Administration.

Security and Safety | February 7, 2018

Severe obstructive sleep apnea to blame for NJ Transit, LIRR train crashes

The NTSB also determined that these safety issues were not unique to these two properties, but exist throughout the country at many intercity passenger and commuter passenger train terminals.

Rail| February 6, 2018

NJ Transit's head of rail to leave agency

Robert Lavell has headed rail operations since 2014.

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