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Application to restore Lackawanna Cutoff denied stimulus dollars

Are we ever going to see this line reinstated?

An excerpt from the article. Visit the link to read the entire article.

$401M application to restore Lackawanna Cutoff denied stimulus dollars

Plans to connect a passenger line from Pennsylvania to Hoboken hit a snag when an application for federal stimulus funding was denied.

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Is this any way to run a railroad?

Spot-on stuff for our website, here's an excerpt from the editorial blog of Carla Linz Callaway.

NJ Transit officials remain adamant about closing down the only train that gets residents in this part of southern New Jersey to work in Philadelphia on time. You have to wonder what they are thinking — or if they are.

Read more at the blog via the link above.

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So 2010 is upon us and I've decided that its time to promote this site much more than I've been doing previously. Its time to ramp up the traffic to the site, as NJT is only getting worse!

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So unreliable! It's hurting my career.

This is the third time this week that I will be late to work thanks to train delays.

I am currently sitting in a train that has been standing still for 35 minutes, despite the alerts on the NJTransit site that say 15-20 minute delays.

This is ridiculous! They are blaming Amtrack and saying that they have no control.

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Lackawanna Cutoff clears environmental study

Lackawanna Cutoff rail line clears environmental hurdle

By Lawrence Ragonese/The Star-Ledger
October 02, 2009, 6:51PM

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