Police arrested two women after they got into a physical altercation and assaulted a police officer on a NJ Transit Bus.
New Jersey Transit commuters could soon get Wi-Fi on trains and at stations.
PennDOT is out in full force, trying to stay ahead of the snow. In New Jersey, it’s all hands on deck.
Transportation services have been suspended in New Jersey and Pennsylvania due to the winter storm.
Starting at 1 p.m. on Dec. 26th, the transportation system is offering full-system cross-honoring, which means that customers who take a bus, for example, can use their bus pass to take the train.
New Jersey Transit is getting a helping hand from their colleagues in Philadelphia.
NJ Transit trains have been running all day through the railroad crossing at Washington Avenue in Berlin. On Tuesday evening, a southbound NJ Transit train hit a car stuck there on the railroad tracks.
New Jersey Transit police are investigating a fatality on their Atlantic City Rail Line.
Train service on NJ Transit’s River LINE has been restored after a man was struck and killed during the evening commute.
Federal transit officials have reached an agreement with New Jersey, allowing the state to pay $95 million of a $271 million bill for a railroad tunnel project that Gov. Chris Christie scrapped nearly a year ago.
Public transit providers in New Jersey are planning to shut down service before the height of Hurricane Irene arrives.
Trains along the Northeast Corridor are being disrupted at the start of the Thursday rush hour, with Amtrak and New Jersey Transit service suspended along some of the most heavily traveled lines in the northeast for the third time in three days.
Mercer County, NJ is joining the list of places where the September 11th terrorist attacks will be remembered with a piece of the former World Trade Center.
Due to severe weather conditions, N.J. Transit, SEPTA trains and Amtrak services have been affected, officials say.
If you’re one of a few thousand people in the area who commutes by rail to New York every day, you probably were disappointed last month when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie killed the idea of a new tunnel under the Hudson River.