Praise for once!

Submitted by ragnarok on Thu, 06/16/2011 - 22:09
NJ Transit

Sitting here in Hoboken, waiting for the 6:14 Gladstone train to depart, a woman came on asking the conductor if she was on this train yesterday the conductor told her, possibly.... (i was, i know she was) the woman said well, i lost my rail pass (that SUCKS) and was wondering if anyone had found it. the conductor lady said no, and then proceeded to ask where the woman was going. Short hills. She told her don't worry about the fare.


NJT should really hire more of this caliber of person to work their equipment. Maybe we wouldn't hate them so much?

NJ Transit works to restore rail service along 81-mile Lackawanna Cutoff

Submitted by ragnarok on Mon, 03/21/2011 - 12:08
NJ Transit

Work has begun on a $37 million project to restore commuter rail service from Andover Township to the Port Morris railyard on the abandoned Lackawanna Cutoff, according to a spokeswoman for NJ Transit.


Report: New Jersey pulls plug on ARC Tunnel

Submitted by ragnarok on Thu, 10/07/2010 - 12:16
NJ Transit

Three sources familiar with the $8.7 billion tunnel under the Hudson river from NJ, say, barring an unexpected, last-minute change of heart from Governor Chris Christie, the ARC transit tunnel under the Hudson river is dead. The sources say Christie will likely announce this week that he’s restructuring NJ’s portion of the money to go to roads. The FTA and the Port Authority will recoup their $3 billion each, though the Port’s money will likely go into other regional projects.

you must be kidding

Submitted by ragnarok on Fri, 07/09/2010 - 00:06
NJ Transit

So, its not enough of an insult that I must spend 2+ hours going thru hoboken AS YOU RECCOMENDED, to get on a localized gladstone diesel.... you must preemt us west of newark for the only connection at summit in AN HOUR? Idiots. Would have been home half an hour ago if it weren't for this crappy company's bungling.

And yet another preemtion just went by while I type.

The Truth about the Dinky

Submitted by ragnarok on Tue, 06/15/2010 - 01:34
NJ Transit


this article is an excerpt. please visit the site above for the entire article.

The dinky needs to be preserved, folks. DONT let them replace it with dirty and delayed busses!

The truth about the Dinky and BRT
Monday, June 14, 2010 5:42 PM EDT