At its meeting on Monday evening, the Lackawanna Coalition announced preliminary plans to increase our outreach to our communities; the counties and municipalities… Continue Reading Coalition Steps Up Community Outreach
Everyone feared the recent snowstorm, which New York Mayor DiBlasio predicted would be “historic” in its effect. The actual storm did not reach… Continue Reading Coalition Statement About NJT’s Handling of Winter Storm Juno
Less than 10 months after Hurricane Sandy devastated NJ Transit’s rail operations, the railroad received a sharp reminder of the power of nature… Continue Reading Gladstone Service Returns Aug. 25 after Storm Disruption
NJT Repairs Line Quickly, But Substitute Bus Service Was Questionable Less than 10 months after Hurricane Sandy devastated NJ Transit’s rail operations, the… Continue Reading Gladstone Branch Service Disrupted by Washouts
No Bus Service Offered West of Bernardsville Service on the western end of the Gladstone Branch was disrupted Thursday by a washout between… Continue Reading Gladstone Service Disrupted, But NJT Says It Will Be Back on Monday
New timetables effective March 24 for all NJ Transit heavy-rail services restored most service that was still reduced after Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.… Continue Reading LATEST: Near-Full Service March 24
New Jersey Transit says that rail service to and from Penn Station runs as frequently as it did before Superstorm Sandy struck, but… Continue Reading Are the Trains We Had before Hurricane Sandy Coming Back Next Month?
The Coalition has called on New Jersey Transit to overhaul the 230 electrically-powered Arrow III Electric Multiple-Unit (EMU) cars it owns and to… Continue Reading Coalition Calls on NJT to Overhaul Electrically-Powered Cars