U.S., New York: Amtrak portion of Moynihan Train Hall renovation could see delays, cost spikes, report says

By Colleen Wilson, NorthJersey.com; August 19, 2020 Inexperienced management, rising costs, and concerns about on-time completion are among the highlighted…

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U.S., New York: Amtrak and New Jersey TRANSIT Open First Phase of the Refreshed Ticketed Waiting Area at New York Penn Station

A press release from Amtrak; July 27, 2020: More modern amenities combine with enhanced safety measures for improved customer experience…

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U.S.: New Jersey Transit, Amtrak commit to Portal Bridge replacement in 2021

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; July 28, 2020 New Jersey Transit’s board yesterday entered into an agreement with Amtrak to begin…

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U.S., New York: Amtrak Promotes New Technology, Contactless Travel, Physical Distancing and Other Safety Measures at New York Penn Station

A press release from Amtrak; July 21, 2020: Customers can receive boarding information push notifications directly from the Amtrak app…

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U.S., New York station in motion: On Penn redo and beyond, Amtrak must accept lessons from L-train tunnel renovation

By The Editorial Board, New York Daily News; July 20, 2020 Someone had better remind the folks planning the Empire…

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U.S., New Jersey: Coronavirus has ‘decimated’ payroll, as some New Jersey Transit workers wait for paychecks

By Colleen Wilson, NorthJersey.com; April 23, 2020 For weeks, hundreds of NJ Transit employees, who have kept trains and buses running…

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U.S.: Honk if you love transit and train workers! Trains salute vital staff

By The Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle; April 15, 2020 ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — U.S. train horns can deliver an…

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U.S., New York: U.S. Transportation Chief Backs Rehabilitation of Key New York City Rail Tunnel

By Reuters, The New York Times; February 27, 2020 WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Transportation supports the rehabilitation of…

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U.S., New York: Penn Station expansion plan to include eight new tracks, increase capacity by 40 percent

By Colleen Wilson, NorthJersey.com; January 6, 2020 Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced plans Monday to add eight new tracks and a…

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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy touts River Line as economic engine

By David Levinsky, Burlington County Times; October 22, 2019 Gov. Phil Murphy sees great potential in NJ Transit’s River Line.…

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New Jersey Transit graduates 7 new engineers in attempt to improve rail service

From News 12 New Jersey; October 16, 2019 Gov. Phil Murphy and New Jersey Transit officials welcomed seven new train…

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New Jersey Transit breaks ground on new Elizabeth train station on Northeast Corridor

By Bob Makin, Bridgewater Courier News; October 1, 2019 ELIZABETH – Construction of the new Elizabeth train station and platform…

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New Jersey Transit fare hike whispers help spur state Senate committee investigation of agency

By Colleen Wilson, North Jersey Record; October 1, 2019 Whispers of NJ Transit fare hikes are, in part, the reason…

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New Jersey Transit to offer weekend service at Avenel for first time in 34 years

By Staff, NJBIZ; September 6, 2019 New Jersey Transit is expanding weekday service by more than 40 percent and adding…

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New Jersey Transit to ‘Humanize’ Conductors Who Face Commuter Wrath

By Elise Young, Bloomberg; August 7, 2019 New Jersey Transit will videotape train conductors on the job to try to…

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New Jersey Transit Marks 40th Anniversary Amid Commuter Complaints

By Brenda Flanagan, NJTV News; July 18, 2019 After wishing New Jersey Transit a happy 40th anniversary, advocates demanded more…

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New Jersey Transit debuting Heritage Coaches

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; July 16, 2019 New Jersey Transit is marking its 40th anniversary this…

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