advocating for rail passengers since 1979
Sally Jane Gellert
Commentary The vote is in (as of August 31), and it is overwhelmingly favorable to a strike: the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and… Continue Reading Strike! (but not yet)
Commentary We congratulate NJ Transit on winning its most recent award, for 2023 Outstanding Public Transportation System, from APTA. As the third largest… Continue Reading Congratulations—But Wait!
Citizen advocate Adam Reich recently brought to our attention a major flaw in NJ Transit’s social media: the lack of ALT text for… Continue Reading What Is that Photo?
The Lackawanna Coalition realizes that many people are nervous about taking public transportation, and yet for the March to End Fossil Fuels on… Continue Reading LC Members Assist New Riders
A lot has been written about NJ Transit’s decision to sell its headquarters building and move to the expensive Gateway building, so there… Continue Reading Report from the Chair, Sept./Oct. 2023
Semiannual accessibility forum is becoming a routine matter at NJ Transit—but not so routine that publicity can be neglected. The latest was on… Continue Reading NJ Transit Accessibility Forum
Summer has started with hot weather and the occasional storm, bringing a few downed trees to disrupt our travel. NJ Transit unveiled the… Continue Reading Report from the Chair
commentary Recently it was reported that NJ Transit is going to move its headquarters from its owned building on one side of Newark… Continue Reading A New NJT Headquarters?
Budget season is in full swing in Trenton, and as April turned to May Legislative Director Vito Havrilla presented remarks at a Senate… Continue Reading Report from the Chair
Checking the state legislature’s home page as this issue goes to press, we found that the annual Senate and Assembly budget hearings have… Continue Reading Budget Season Is Here
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