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Jim explains why privatization doesn’t always fix the problem – Listen

Privatizing government services may sound good in light of endless public transit delays, special interest groups, and other disappointments, but it's no panacea.

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NJ Transit passengers board in Hamilton
NJ Transit passengers board in Hamilton (Federal Railroad Administration)
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Should we privatize NJ Transit? – Vote

If only the "three strikes, and you're out" rule applied to NJ Transit

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An electronic sign on I-195 warns of NJ Transit delays
An electronic sign on I-195 warns of NJ Transit delays (Thomas G. Farrell, Jr., Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Transit apologizes for overhead wire issues

For the third time this week, overhead wires caused problems for New Jersey Transit riders Thursday morning and the agency is sorry.

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(Photo credit: Andrew Burton / Getty Images News)
(Photo credit: Andrew Burton / Getty Images News)
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What’s the worst way to commute in NJ? – You decide

From Tuesday's Northeast Corridor issues, to Wednesday's full suspension of NJ Transit rail lines, this week is full of examples why commuting in New Jersey is never an easy ordeal.

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A train on the platform at NJ Transit's Hamilton station
A train on the platform at NJ Transit's Hamilton station (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Signal issues, more wire problems caused long NJ Transit delays

Signal issues and more wire problems for NJ Transit led to this morning's 60-minute delays on the Northeast Corridor. This marks the second problematic commute in a row.

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(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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How do you handle traffic and transit delays? – Poll

Traffic is a way of life in New Jersey, and it doesn't always bring out the best in us.

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NJ Transit trains
NJ Transit trains (Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Could NJ Transit commuters face more fare hikes?

Earlier this week, New Jersey Transit formally approved a 9 percent fare hike, and some service cuts, to close a $56 million budget gap. New Jersey's leading transportation expert believes the agency's budget gap next year may be much larger and a more significant fare hike may have to be adopted.

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Time to privatize NJ Transit? Why Bill Spadea thinks so – Watch

Budget shortfalls, delayed trains, canceled routes...that's our NJ Transit system in a nutshell.

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NJ Transit bus, train
Composite picture of a NJ Transit bus and train. (Bus: YouTube. Train: Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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What the NJ Transit fare hike means to you

New Jersey Transit's board of directors has given final approval to an average 9 percent fare increase for bus and train riders that will take effect in October.

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NJ Transit engineers vote to strike, if needed

New Jersey Transit engineers have voted to strike if their contract dispute is not resolved.

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