A new, on-demand public transportation system is coming to Jersey City via a micro-transit system where buses would operate on a route, but could deviate to go get riders who need a pick-up.
CarFit is a free nationwide program created by AARP Driver Safety, AAA, and the American Occupational Therapy Association to help drivers understand how to safely operate their cars.
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.
The governor said his staff is still working its way through the budget deciding which items are "pork" and which ones will get to stay.
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.
A six-year project to raise a major roadway has finally come to a close.
Officials from NJ Transit and the Port Authority told riders at a public meeting that they’re squeezing as much bus capacity as they can out of a seriously overburdened system.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer announced a plan to revive bipartisan cooperation on infrastructure funding.
From May 20 to June 2, police will enforce a zero-tolerance policy on safety belt laws to encourage drivers and passengers to buckle up.
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 ...
Trains are running again in Atlantic City and Princeton.
Murphy's proposed 2020 budget increases NJ Transit's funding by just 1%.
PATCO is delaying implementation of its new overnight rail schedule amid criticism from riders and local officials who say they weren't told of the changes before they were made public.
NJ Transit now fields just 330 active engineers after years of starvation budgets and stalled hiring. It needs well over 400 for the railroad to run without interruptions from staffing shortages.