River Line Rail Train Strikes Vehicle In Burlington CountyRiver Line service was temporarily suspended after a train struck a vehicle in Riverton.
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.
NJ Transit Defends Use Of Audio Surveillance On Some TrainsNew Jersey Transit is defending its use of audio surveillance systems on some of its trains.
NJ Transit Reaches Deal To Avoid StrikeNew Jersey Transit and its rail workers reached a deal Friday to avert a strike that would have thrown Monday's commute into New York into chaos.
Progress In Talks Between Unions, NJ Transit As Strike LoomsStephen Burkert, chairman of SMART-Transportation Division Local 60. Called the talks at Newark's Gateway Hilton "very productive." Gary Dellaverson, a labor negotiator representing NJ Transit, said they were "valuable."
Christie: NJ Transit Talks Won't Derail VacationChristie dismissed the notion that it might not look favorable if he was on vacation during the run-up to a possible strike.
Delays On Northeast Corridor After Person Hit By TrainHowever, passengers are facing delays of up to 60 minutes in both directions between Trenton and Metropark.
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.
NJ Transit Reveals Plans For WMOF And Papal VisitNJ Transit says during the weekend of September 26-27, it will not be operating regular weekend service on either the Atlantic City Rail Line or the River Line.
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.