At a public hearing held at the Journal Square Transportation Center on Thursday evening, agency officials explained the reasoning behind the bus fare.
Senate President Steve Sweeney will personally chair a new select committee that he’s creating to investigate what he called the “continued failures” of NJ Transit during the tenure of his ...
The Port Authority gave itself a big raise Thursday, approving hikes in tolls, fares and fees at its bridges, tunnels and airports to raise money officials say is needed to pay for big capital ...
Roughly 478,000 people board the agency’s buses every day, nearly double the riders on NJ Transit’s rail lines. But that reflects a 7.3% decline in daily bus passengers since 2009, according to ...
The six-story complex will house all the airport’s now-scattered car-rental outlets in one building, with 3,000 spaces for rentals, another 3,000 for public parking and gas stations.
Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan sat down with NJ Transit's Executive Director Kevin Corbett.
The app's management is targeting 150,000 rides a month and is deploying a fleet of 14 vehicles upon launch.
It could mean bad news for commuters if repairs have to be made to existing Hudson tunnels before the new tunnels under the Gateway Project can be completed.
This marks the second year in a row the report has placed New Jersey dead last in its ranking and findings suggest New Jersey has a long road ahead in improving its roads.
NJ Transit says it's submitted a new financial plan for the Portal North Bridge replacement, one it's hoping the feds approve.
Environmental advocates gathered on the street outside NJ Transit to press the agency for a commitment to totally transform its bus fleet to electric power.
The decision does not put the engineer behind a NJ Transit train that slammed into the end of a platform in Hoboken three years ago back at the controls of passenger trains.
The Port Authority plans to replace its bus terminal in midtown Manhattan, and it invited members of the public to a hearing to weigh in on which option it should pursue.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is making sure the 24,000 buses that transport over 750,000 children are as safe as possible.
Some 5,000 commuters will see their regularly scheduled trains restored next Monday.