NJ Transit's summer schedule and new class of engineer graduates are unable to keep up with demand, most likely resulting in more delays for already aggravated commuters.
PATH leadership is vowing to change overly crowded trains among other problems, announcing a sweeping $1 billion capital plan to increase capacity, reduce delays and improve customer experience.
Launch of the modified schedule left long lines at PATH ticket kiosks in Hoboken.
PATH's fare service provider Cubic says the outage was due to a corrupted database
NJ Transit train schedules will be modified this summer to work around scheduled Amtrak repairs at New York Penn Station.
Gov. Murphy says he won’t stand for New Jersey drivers getting double-tolled by New York's proposed congestion pricing.
Transit agency looks for outside help to prepare contingency plans.
The formerly industrial town is on the rebound and is becoming something of an urban hot spot.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, unless you’re sitting on the highway surrounded by a sea of brake lights.
People are frustrated, tired, and surprised at how big a mess the storm Thursday night caused.
Commuters are paying more and still getting less.
The RPA says the money is there for its bold expansion plan and that it's time to reduce delays on the runway and in the board room of decision makers.
Population data shows Jersey residents are moving out of the suburbs and back into cities.
Another wallop of heavy, wet powder threatened to down trees and clog rail lines.
The board also heard updates on the Bayonne Bridge project, the 2018 budget and upgrades to the PATH system.