NJ TRANSIT is set to transform the daily commute for bus and light rail passengers with the introduction of 'Tap & Ride,' enabling customers to utilise contactless credit and debit cards for a smoother commute.
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NJ TRANSIT's pilot programme allows customers to conveniently purchase tickets for the Atlantic City Rail Line online through the company website, offering greater flexibility and ease of access.
In a collaborative effort, NJ TRANSIT joins forces with Uber and Lyft to launch a pilot programme, aimed at providing Access Link customers with improved transportation options, reduced wait times and affordable prices.
NJ TRANSIT's partnership with UITP will establish the association's first North American Regional Training Center, offering training through the establishment of best practices for all areas of sustainable transportation.
In line with its commitment to make public transport more accessible, the expansion of the discounted fare programme will allow eligible part-time students to benefit from more affordable NJ TRANSIT services.
In line with its commitment to provide a safe working environment, the proposed regulations will allow NJ TRANSIT to suspend riders who have assaulted its employees from using its public transport system.
The new funding will support seven NJ TRANSIT projects which will help advance electrification and improve first- and last-mile connectivity, creating a safer, greener and more accessible transport network across New Jersey.
The Recovery and Sustainability Challenge will deploy technologies to address public transit safety, track new mobility patterns and support clean energy goals over a one-year pilot.
The study aims to advance NJ TRANSIT's sustainable transition by creating a set of standard designs and construction specifications for zero-emission fleets and the required equipment, technology and training.
NJ TRANSIT's new budget will allow the agency to purchase new vehicles, upgrade infrastructure and hire the required personnel to enhance the customer experience.
The new funding will allow NJ TRANSIT to adapt the bus network to meet communities' changing mobility needs, as well as improve service accessibility to jobs, education and other opportunities.
The two new technology-focused initiatives will improve accessibility on NJ TRANSIT for neurodiverse customers and those with mobility constraints, by helping customers to navigate everyday travel experiences.
Representing the first ever battery-electric automated bus procurement, the Automated Bus Consortium has announced the release of a Request for Proposals to procure 70 full-size Level 4 automated buses.
Five New York transit agencies have launched the fourth round of the Transit Tech Lab, with two challenges set to seek solutions that aid the transport network in post-pandemic recovery and emission reduction efforts.