NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- The head of New Jersey Transit said Wednesday that a looming budget gap could force fare increases but that she will strive to make those less burdensome than the hikes instituted in 2010 that prompted heavy criticism from commuters.
The investigation into the fatal Metro-North train crash earlier this month continues, and as investigators continue to examine what happened, safety advocates and state agencies are taking steps to ensure the safety of passengers and motorists.
NEWARK -- Commuters braving Wednesday's expected winter storm will be able to us their NJ Transit tickets or passes system-wide-- on rail, light rail, bus (including private carriers), officials announced Tuesday.
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