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NJ Transit chief defends Gov.’s decision to end ARC

Posted on April 12, 2012

NEWARK, N.J.  — NJ Transit executive director Jim Weinstein defended Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to scrap the Access to the Region’s Core tunnel, telling The Star-Ledger the project was terminated based on a recommendation from a committee headed by Weinstein and that New Jersey couldn’t afford it.

However a Government Accountability Office report said that the governor inflated the cost estimates of the Hudson River rail tunnel project. For the full story, click here.

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Keolis honored for building diverse workforce, supporting community

Efforts include launching a program in 2016 to provide college and workforce training scholarships to 25 graduating high schoolers.

NYCT installs automatic train control on Queens rail line

Tech provides optimal acceleration, braking and cruising speeds, providing more regular and evenly spaced service, and faster trips.

Amtrak, NJ TRANSIT investing $31M in Northeast Corridor

The work, which will lead to improved conditions for travelers, will be conducted throughout the state.

Talgo-SYSTRA venture to rebuild Metrolink railcars

Will rebuild up to 121 Bombardier railcars operated by Metrolink for a total contract value of $138.9 million.

After wire breaks, Houston METRO completes repairs on 2 rail lines

Service along the Purple line remains suspended as work to reinforce electrical wires continues

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