The man picked to lead New Jersey Transit decided he does not want the job, just days before he was scheduled to start running the nation's third-busiest commuter railroad amid a looming budget deficit.
"It’s chilling to know that NJ Transit is listening to us without sharing any details, and it chills free speech to know these microphones are always on,” ACLU-NJ Deputy Legal Director Jeanne LoCicero said.
The transportation agency has been criticized by some civil liberties groups and rail riders after reports this week revealed NJ Transit was monitoring and recording the conversations of light-rail passengers.
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