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Report: NJ Transit Vehicles Break Down More Often

3-21-16
An analysis found NJ Transit trains are about half as efficient as Long Island Rail Road's trains and a quarter as efficient as the MTA's newest subway cars.
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Strike Averted, Focus Now Turns to Reliable Funding for Transit

3-14-16
NJ Transit and 11 rail unions reached a tentative agreement Friday to avoid a strike. Now some are wondering if fares will go up at some point to cover increased salaries.
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NJ Transit Rail Strike Averted

3-11-16
NJ Transit and rail union officials reached an agreement, avoiding a strike that could have caused a travel nightmare.
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Negotiations Continue Ahead of Sunday Deadline to Avoid NJ Transit Rail Strike

3-11-16
If NJ Transit and the rail unions fail to reach an agreement by Sunday at midnight, workers will go on strike.
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Engineer Explains What ‘Structurally Deficient’ Means for Bridges

3-10-16
Bergen County engineer Joseph Femia says bridges deemed "structurally deficient" aren't necessarily unsafe for travel.
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Statement on NJ Transit Negotiations

3-10-16
NJ Transit officials and rail union representatives took a break from negotiations and NJ Transit Special Labor Counsel Gary Dellaverson gave a statement about talks to avoid a strike.
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NJ Transit Rail Strike Looms as Negotiations Continue

3-8-16
NJ Transit and rail union representatives continue negotiations to avoid a strike, which could begin Sunday at midnight.
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Advocates Warn of Mass Transit Doom Without Increased Funding

3-4-16
A possible NJ Transit strike isn't the only worry for commuters, according to a new report. Disinvestment is threatening mass transit in the state.
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Most Expensive Train Station Ever Built to Open Thursday

3-2-16
The Oculus, the World Trade Center's new transit hub, cost $4 billion, $2 billion more than the original estimate.
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Repairs to 200-Year-Old Bridge Closes Section of Route 206

3-1-16
The 200-year-old bridge over the Stony Brook needs emergency repairs so the New Jersey Department of Transportation has closed a section of Route 206 for at least a week.