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NJ Transit's new director taking a month to listen and learn

(Source: Star-Ledger, March 12, 2014)

NEWARK, N.J. -- The new executive director of NJ Transit inherits an agency still reeling from a mass transit tie-up at last monthís Super Bowl and the drowning of hundreds of trains at a Kearny rail yard during Hurricane Sandy. Ronnie Hakim, who has been on the job about two weeks, oversees more than 11,000 employees ó nonunion workers angry over having their free transit passes taken away and union employees who havenít had a new contract in years.

Full story: Star-Ledger

Friday, March 14, 2014

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