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.
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 ...
Gov. Phil Murphy has announced rail service will resume on both the Atlantic City Rail Line to Philadelphia and the Princeton Dinky line on May 12.
Expect another challenging summer aboard NJ Transit for many of the same reasons last year went south.
Despite the improvements being made, questions about funding and staffing still plague the agency.
There's almost three months to go for people who rely on the train in South Jersey.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
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 ...
At the Trenton Transit Center, Gov. Phil Murphy held a press conference on the Katie Brennan rape case.
Smaller workshops at the conference focused on things like police-community relations and the state's aging infrastructure.
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."
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 ...
Minority Leader Sen. Tom Kean Jr. wants to lift the residency requirement for NJ Transit engineers to alleviate the staff shortage that has plagued the agency.