NJ Transit unveils new plan to protect equipment in severe weather
(Source: Bergen Record, June 12, 2014)
BERGEN, N.J. — NJ Transit, which received a torrent of public criticism after it stored rail equipment in low-lying yards during Superstorm Sandy — a decision that resulted in $120 million in damage — has developed a new plan for protecting its railcars and locomotives during severe weather.
Full story: www.northjersey.com
Thursday, June 12, 2014
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