Canceled train? Blame the engineer who didn’t show up, New Jersey Transit boss says

By Larry Higgs, NJ Advance Media, NJ.com; August 9, 2018 NJ Transit’s boss placed the blame for a rash of…

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New Jersey Transit slates rail improvements, expansion in FY19

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; August 9, 2018 New Jersey Transit‘s board yesterday adopted a $1.46 billion capital program for fiscal-year…

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Cancellations, Delays Plaguing Already Embattled New Jersey Transit

By DAVID PORTER, Associated Press, U.S. News & World Report; August 7, 2018 NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Several months after…

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New Jersey Transit to shut down Atlantic City line for 5 months starting in September

By Curtis Tate, NorthJersey.com; August 3, 2018 NJ Transit plans to shut down the Atlantic City Line for five months…

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New York and New Jersey: Trump administration raises more red flags on Hudson River tunnel project

By Will Bredderman, Crain’s New York Business; July 17, 2018 There’s no tunnel at the end of the light yet.…

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Feds approve New Jersey Transit plan that could buy 2 more years for safety system

By Curtis Tate, NorthJersey.com; June 27, 2018 NJ Transit received approval from federal regulators Tuesday for a plan that could…

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New Jersey Transit board approves $600M bond to replace Portal Bridge

By David Hutter, NJBIZ.com; June 13, 2018 The NJ Transit board of directors approved $600 million in New Jersey Economic…

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New Jersey Transit delays loom as agency struggles to hire engineers to drive trains to New York City

By Curtis Tate, Staff Writer, NorthJersey.com; June 2, 2018 Officially, NJ Transit rail passengers will endure six months of modified…

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New Jersey Transit rolls out interactive touchscreens at rail stations

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; May 25, 2018 New Jersey Transit has begun piloting new interactive touchscreen kiosks at certain commuter-rail…

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The graveyard shift at New York City’s Penn Station

By Greg Brownell, The Post Star; May 17, 2018 Most of us who use Penn Station in New York think…

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