New Jersey Transit Union Rejects Deal That Averted StrikeMembers of a union representing some New Jersey Transit rail workers have become the first group to not ratify a new contract with the agency.
NJ Transit Light Rail Cars At Center Of Privacy DisputeHow much privacy should one expect on public transit? That issue is being questioned by the New Jersey branch of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Christie: No Fare Hikes From NJ Transit Contract DealNew Jersey commuters won't have a New Jersey Transit strike as an excuse to miss work Monday, and Gov. Chris Christie says they won't have to worry about fare hikes for awhile to cover the cost of a tentative deal reached with rail workers.
New Jersey Transit Riders Seek Options Amid Strike ThreatUnion workers have been without a contract for nearly five years.
New Jersey Transit, Rail Workers Union Trying To Avoid StrikeNew Jersey Transit and its rail workers unions will pick up negotiations Monday in an effort to prevent the agency's first strike since 1983.
NJ Transit Resumes Regular Weekday Rail ServiceRail, light rail and Access Link services are operational Monday with the exception of the Gladstone Branch, where buses are running between Gladstone and Summit.
New Jersey Transit Back In Service After Big SnowstormServices resumed around 11 a.m. Sunday with some delays and detours as a result of the winter storm.
NJ Transit Announces Suspension Of Service Due To Winter StormNJ TRANSIT cross-honoring of tickets and passes on bus, rail, light rail and private bus carrier services remains in effect through Sunday, January 24.
New Schedules Take Effect For NJ TransitNew schedules that were approved in July take effect Monday.
New Jersey Transit Selling Papal Rail PassesPassengers planning to ride New Jersey Transit trains to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia need to get tickets in advance.
NJ Transit Fare Hikes Put Focus Again On FundingNew Jersey Transit has said the increases, which average 9 percent, are needed to fill a $60 million budget gap that persisted even after the agency managed to cut $40 million internally.
Passengers Stuck For 3 Hours When Train, Backup Break Down In NJNew Jersey Transit says passengers were stranded for more than three hours after their train broke down and their rescue train became disabled.

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