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Amtrak, NJ Transit start big upgrades at four stations on Northeast Corridor

(Source: Radio station 101.5 FM, October 15, 2019)

NEWARK, N.J. — NJ Transit and Amtrak are kicking off construction work at four stations on the Northeast Corridor Line this fall. The work is mostly being paid for by Amtrak and is related to an agreement announced in February, when the state and federal transit agencies reached a deal on back payments of rent from NJ Transit that had been withheld starting under then-Gov. Chris Christie in a feud over safety issues.

Full story: www.nj1015.com

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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