Bramnick calls on Murphy to declare a state of emergency to get NJ Transit commuters to work

Bramnick calls on Murphy to declare a state of emergency to get NJ Transit commuters to work

Jon Bramnick

WESTFIELD, N.J. – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick called on Gov. Phil Murphy to declare a state of emergency to be able to take special action immediately and issued the following statement:

“When people cannot get to work, that is an emergency. This may involve suspending the contracts and bringing in engineers from other states. This is what we do when we lose power and people don’t have electricity. The governor can do this and should not worry about protecting special interests. It is time that the commuters become the priority.”