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NTSB Recovers Event Recorder from Hoboken Train Crash

The event recorder has been recovered from the front car in the Hoboken train crash and was sent to Washington D.C. for examination, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.

NTSB Continues Investigation into Hoboken Train Crash

The rear black box on the NJ Transit train that crashed into Hoboken Terminal wasn't functioning properly, according to the NTSB. The agency continues to investigate the cause of the crash that killed one woman on the platform and injured more than 100 others.

Trenton’s TTF Compromise Leaves No One Happy, Threatens Budget Hole

Gov. Christie, Senate President Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Prieto reached a deal to fund the Transportation Trust Fund for eight years that includes a gas tax increase and a small sales tax decrease.

Summit Partners with Uber for Commuter Pilot Program

NJ Transit commuters with parking passes at the Summit station will be able to take Uber for free to and from the station in a new pilot program. Summit officials believe the program will be beneficial for the city by freeing up parking spots for others who will pay to park and do business there.

Questions Remain Day After Hoboken Train Crash

The cause of the train crash into Hoboken Terminal that killed a 34-year-old mother and injured more than 100 people is still under investigation.

Talk of Positive Train Control After Hoboken Train Crash

After an NJ Transit train crashed in Hoboken Terminal Thursday, Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez say it's important to implement the emergency braking system known as positive train control on rail systems, which Congress approved in 2008.

Christie Announces Transportation Trust Fund Deal with 23-Cent Gas Tax Increase

Gov. Christie announced a Transportation Trust Fund deal, which will increase the gas tax by 23 cents and cut the state sales tax.

NJ Transit Train Crash in Hoboken Terminal Kills 1, Injures More Than 100

An NJ Transit train on the Pascack Valley Line crashed into Hoboken Terminal at 8:45 a.m. Thursday, killing one woman on the platform and injuring more than 100.

Emergency Personnel Prepared for Hoboken Train Crash

According to officials, hospitals, EMS and ambulance companies routinely run drills in the event of a transportation emergency, which helped them prepare for an incident like this.

Could Positive Train Control Have Prevented Hoboken Crash?

Martin Robins, the founding deputy director of NJ Transit, spoke to the benefits of having positive train control as it relates to preventing crashes. At this time there is no information regarding the cause of the NJ Transit train crash at Hoboken Terminal.