At a Assembly Budget Committee hearing Monday, lawmakers heard from the Department of Transportation commissioner, NJ Transit's executive director and the Motor Vehicle Commission's chief ...
Murphy's proposed 2020 budget increases NJ Transit's funding by just 1%.
NJ Transit now fields just 330 active engineers after years of starvation budgets and stalled hiring. It needs well over 400 for the railroad to run without interruptions from staffing shortages.
NJ Transit train schedules will be modified this summer to work around scheduled Amtrak repairs at New York Penn Station.
Expect another challenging summer aboard NJ Transit for many of the same reasons last year went south.
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 ...
Despite the improvements being made, questions about funding and staffing still plague the agency.
In the Obama era, the federal government agreed to split the cost with the states, but Trump has reversed that. His Department of Transportation calls the Gateway project a local responsibility. ...
The Department of Environmental Protection announced the first projects that will be funded with money from the federal Volkswagen settlement.
There's almost three months to go for people who rely on the train in South Jersey.
Murphy ordered NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett to announce the restoration dates of the Atlantic City and Princeton rail lines.
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.