Is NJ Transit operating today?
NJ TRANSIT bus service is operating as scheduled. Please click here to view current alerts and advisories across all NJ Transit services.
Why is NJ Transit always late?
But not all the delays were blamed on NJ Transit. Careless car drivers also cause delays. Traffic was blamed as the major cause for delays by 73% of the riders.
Are the trains running in New Jersey?
NJ Transit has resumed full-service and is running a regular weekday schedule on its bus, rail, light rail, and Access Link services.
How fast do NJT trains run?
Power at rail is increased to 7,500 hp (5,600 kW) and top speed is increased to 125 miles per hour (201 km/h), though NJ Transit limits them to 100.
Are masks required on NJ Transit?
NYC’s subway mask mandate remains in effect despite last week’s federal judge ruling striking down the national order, while NJ Transit has made masks optional.
Why is NJ TRANSIT so unreliable?
Ryan Felmet, an independent transit advocate, blamed the ranking on, “poor management and a lack of internal controls, such as sidestepping internal audit recommendations,” and a lack of action to address issues stemming from the “enormous amount of specific customer complaints.”
What does cross honoring mean NJ TRANSIT?
Cross-honoring is an arrangement in which either one transit agency allows riders from another agency to ride its system, or NJ TRANSIT riders of one mode, such as bus or train, can use their tickets to travel on a different mode.
Is it safe to travel to New Jersey?
As of May 17, 2021, New Jersey’s travel advisory is no longer in effect. All travelers are encouraged to follow travel recommendations from the CDC.
How are NJ TRANSIT trains powered?
NJ TRANSIT uses diesel locomotives to operate rail service in non-electrified territories, which includes the Pascack Valley, Main/Bergen County and Raritan Valley lines, as well the North Jersey Coast Line between Long Branch and Bay Head and Montclair-Boonton and Morris & Essex lines west of Dover.