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Governor calls for NJ TRANSIT to reveal re-launch date for rail lines

Posted on February 27, 2019

Gov. Murphy’s announcement comes after legislators from both sides of the aisle have demanded a date after NJ TRANSIT officials gave a vague time frame of the second quarter of the year.
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Gov. Murphy’s announcement comes after legislators from both sides of the aisle have demanded a date after NJ TRANSIT officials gave a vague time frame of the second quarter of the year.
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NEWARK, N.J. — NJ Advance Media reports that Gov. Phil Murphy ordered NJ TRANSIT officials to reveal the return date for two rail lines that have that have been shut down since the fall this week instead of the three-week period agency officials announced last week.

Service on the Atlantic City Line, the Princeton Shuttle, and off-peak Raritan Valley Line New York trains has been suspended since September for the installation of the first phase of positive train control.

Gov. Murphy’s announcement comes after legislators from both sides of the aisle have demanded a date after NJ TRANSIT officials gave a vague time frame of the second quarter of the year. For the full story, click here.

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