No Fare Hike in NJ Transit Budget

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NJ Transit’s new operating budget comes without a fare increase and the lowest rate of growth in 15 years, but transit advocates said the agency could spend more to fix nagging problems blamed for delays on the busy Northeast Corridor.
The fiscal 2013 operating budget grew by one half of one percent—or $9 million—compared to the fiscal 2012 spending plan, the lowest in 15 years, said Michael Lihvarcik, acting chief financial officer.
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