Missteps abounded and NJ Transit fumbled. Because WrestleMania ran longer, some NJ Transit crews couldn’t work past their 12-hour safety cutoff. Because of crew shortages, restaffing posed a ...
As of Wednesday evening, a state police ban on commercial trucks on major interstates was still in effect.
The agency went from 12 percent to 100 percent of its goals in the first year of the Murphy administration.
NJ Transit says it will not make the federally mandated Dec. 31 deadline for installing positive train control, but transit leaders say the state qualifies for a two-year extension to get PTC fully up ...
Ultimately, the state fielded 1,900 pieces of equipment, but officials admitted they don’t have enough heavy tow trucks to move stranded vehicles. Murphy also said the administration would ...
The audit points out what every rail-rider already knows: NJ Transit’s cash-starved and poorly-run, infuriatingly inept at communicating with commuters and lacking strategic vision.
Monday’s rush hour will be commuters’ first experience with what’s predicted to be a descent into traffic hell.
Lawmakers today chastised transportation officials for moving too slowly to fix looming crises like critical staff shortages and for failing to properly alert commuters about cancellations and ...
Thousands of drivers headed for the Lincoln Tunnel on Route 495 will get squeezed into a bottleneck starting Friday night.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
While NJ Transit’s positive train control compliance has improved a bit, lately it’s still in real danger of missing a federal deadline, according to the Federal Railroad Administration.
Gov. Phil Murphy has often championed his Cabinet as the most diverse in state history. Monday, three of his nominees were approved unanimously by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
There was widespread agreement at Tuesday's Senate budget hearing that the state needs a transportation overhaul like the one Gov. Phil Murphy is proposing.
To ease commuters’ pain, the Murphy administration announced NJ Transit will be putting 40 more passenger cars on the tracks after an equipment tally showed a serious shortage.
Murphy is tasking Corbett with turning around NJ Transit, which ranks number two in America for rail system breakdowns.