South Jersey commuters traveled to the NJ Transit board meeting to express their frustration concerning the discontinued Atlantic City Rail Line. Service was initially supposed to resume last month.
Gov. Murphy said under the agreement, "NJ Transit and Amtrak are now squared up and can move forward together in a stronger partnership."
Elected officials are frustrated with NJ Transit's lack of communication regarding the continuation of Atlantic City Rail Line service. The line has been shutdown since September for ...
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 ...
Ahead of a meeting in Hoboken with commuters, NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett said despite some recent progress, rail riders should expect "a very tough fall."
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.
NJ Transit technicians are hard at work installing components of positive train control to meet the federally mandated year-end deadline.
NJ Transit says a full shutdown of the line is the only way to meet a federally-mandated install positive train control deadline. But riders say it'll be a major inconvenience -- and cutting off rail ...
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 ...
The agency put part of the blame for the recent slate of canceled trains on engineers who failed to report for work.
A larger, more powerful board could help speed NJ Transit system fixes.
NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett talks about what he expect to hear from commuters and discusses his biggest challenge, implementing Positive Train Control.
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.
Agency executives told Trenton lawmakers that NJ Transit is seriously behind schedule installing the federally-mandated safety system called positive train control.