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.
Phil Murphy joined Kevin Corbett and Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti to address issues of the beleaguered NJ Transit that has drawn the ire of countless riders.
The agency put part of the blame for the recent slate of canceled trains on engineers who failed to report for work.
Unlike last year’s much-publicized "summer of hell," critics say this summer descended into transit chaos with no apparent backup plan.
A larger, more powerful board could help speed NJ Transit system fixes.
While NJ Transit’s positive train control compliance has improved a bit, lately it’s still in real danger of missing a federal deadline, according to the Federal Railroad Administration.
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.
Gottheimer joined Local 825 Operating Engineers at a training site in Dayton.
To ease commuters’ pain, the Murphy administration announced NJ Transit will be putting 40 more passenger cars on the tracks after an equipment tally showed a serious shortage.
The NTSB determined the probable cause of the accident at Hoboken in 2016 was the engineer's undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea.
Murphy ordered a top to bottom audit of NJ Transit, which has been the target of ire from customers and lawmakers for years.
NJ Transit executives admitted the agency is already facing a $12,000 federal fine for missing a PTC planning deadline.