There have been a number of significant developments concerning NJ Transit’s performance in getting fans to and from the Super Bowl game last… Continue Reading Editorial: NJ Transit and the Super Bowl: We are Concerned and We Want Answers (Updated)
From our vantage point at Secaucus Station, it appeared that the rail operation was going smoothly. The rotunda was not jammed with people… Continue Reading Our Super Bowl Coverage Continues: Developments after Midnight
THIS REPORT IS OUT OF DATE. FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS HAVE REVEALED THAT THE SITUATION HAD CHANGED SIGNIFICANTLY SINCE THAT REPORT WAS ISSUED. UPDATED COVERAGE… Continue Reading Super Bowl post mortem – NJT Did Decently, Got Raw Deal
Amtrak reported today that it would stop selected Northeast Corridor and Keystone trains at Secaucus Station on Sunday, February 2nd, for the Super… Continue Reading Amtrak Trains to Make an Extra Stop at Secaucus Station for the Super Bowl
Among the so-called Sandy Mitigation/Recovery proposals is a project known as Reverse Kearny, known by New Jersey Transit as the “Westbound Waterfront Connection.”… Continue Reading Reverse Kearny – A Step In The Right Direction Or A Waste of Money?