Dozens of train cars that are no longer used by NJ TRANSIT commuters could soon end up in private hands.
A new company could soon operate a number of local bus lines in Hudson County.
Could light rail service one day connect the downtown areas of Paterson and Newark? You can weigh in right now about your thoughts on the idea.
A 30-year survey and a transportation advocacy group could bring route changes and modernization to the NJ Transit bus system.
In the early 20th century, Trollies, trains, horses, bikes, and cars all scrambled on lawless roads. Deaths and injuries were commonplace. To help the situation, the Lackawanna Railroad eliminated 19 deadly grade crossings in Orange and East Orange. The yearlong project, which began in 1922, will soon mark a centennial.
An office-heavy scheme was approved by the council last week, a move that sets a framework to negotiate an agreement to build three buildings along the NJ Transit-owned land.
Several moves have already been made to improve crowded service along the 119 bus line and locals will have a chance to weigh in at a community meeting on the issue later tonight.
A developer reached an agreement with the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency to build a hotel on NJ Transit-owned property near Liberty State Park.
With the only commuter rail tunnels dating back over a century, Jersey Digs has learned that New Jersey Transit is starting to create contingency plans.
The undercover agents would be used to investigate employee performance and service conditions.
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