Martin Robins, former NJ Transit deputy executive director, says the transit company's plans to have a backup system to keep trains running during power outages is a rare real-world application of ...
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on NJ Transit's equipment and facilities, officials with the transportation company are making changes to its operations.
NJ Transit has resumed some service, but using public transportation has been challenging since Hurricane Sandy impacted the area.
Asked what effect a week-long cleanup might have on next week's election, Christie said the effects of Hurricane Sandy are much more important at the moment.
City officials and NJ Transit representatives have different ideas of what a development project in Hoboken should look like.
The New Jersey Transit Board of Directors today approved a $1.9 billion operating budget for fiscal year 2013 and a nearly $1.2 billion capital program.
Former NJ Transit executive Martin Robins explains Amtrak's latest proposal for the Gateway Tunnel Project, allowing rail passengers from Bergen and Passaic counties to get to New York City directly.