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Budget group wants NJ Transit to take over PATH

(Source: Asbury Park Press, April 25, 2014)

NEW YORK -- A New York Citizens Budget Commission study released Thursday said NJ Transit should take over the PATH rail system to eliminate a potential $500 million deficit, and finance it by raising fares by 50 percent and increasing sales and property taxes in five New Jersey counties and the central Manhattan business district.

Full story: Asbury Park Press

Friday, April 25, 2014

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