The scene at the legislative hearing at the Hoboken train station Wednesday evening was all too familiar for NJ Transit riders: Once again they had a chance to bemoan the service they get from the ...
The first public hearing of the special Select Committee on NJ Transit is taking place in Hoboken.
Newark airport has another security option: CLEAR. The biometric approach allows passengers to verify their identify with a finger tap or a glance at a sensor.
NJ Transit has enlisted outside help in kick-starting the long-delayed construction of a train station on its Northeast Corridor line in North Brunswick.
Amtrak is moving forward with engineering work along the proposed pathway of the new Gateway tunnel under the Hudson River.
The Port Authority signed off on two key parts of its ongoing remake of Newark Liberty International Airport, as well as a plan to ease congestion on PATH service to and from Manhattan by adding cars ...
A new terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport is taking shape.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which runs the Garden State Parkway and Turnpike, made the announcement Tuesday as its commissioners approved a $1.8 billion budget.
NJ Transit will seek a “public-private partnership” to build a wholly separate complement to its Meadowlands rail link after acknowledging that it lacks the capacity to handle the added load of ...
A group of seven graduated Wednesday from NJ Transit's training program for engineers.
Stations used by NJ Transit passengers in New Brunswick, Elizabeth, Trenton and Princeton Junction will all see improvement projects start this fall.
So-called one-seat service on the Raritan Valley Line, which starts in High Bridge, had been suspended last September so NJ Transit could install the Positive Train Control safety system.
Bergen County Executive James Tedesco showed up to testify at NJ Transit’s final public hearing on the agency’s expanded bus routes to the American Dream megamall in the Meadowlands.
In an effort to keep trains moving along the Northeast Corridor, the U.S. Coast Guard has agreed to make permanent a ban on rush hour marine traffic under the aging Portal Bridge.
The transit agency says after two years of testing, it will offer transportation companies the research results so they can decide whether to steer their fleet toward shuttles without steering wheels.