Murphy proposes $242 million in new NJ Transit subsidies

At his budget address on Tuesday afternoon, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy proposed increasing the state’s annual subsidy to New Jersey Transit by $242 million, to offset deep cuts during the Christie administration.

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NJ Transit on-time performance hits new low

Following a low on-time performance rating for New Jersey Transit in April 2017, May’s statistics look no better. Only 86.9% of New Jersey Transit’s trains were on time (arriving within six minutes of schedule) within the month of May 2017, as compared to 87.1% in April, and 93.5% in March. This is largely due to many incidents on Amtrak-owned territory, which have severe effects on NJ Transit’s service.

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