Archive for Tag: NJ Transit

Munoz calls on Murphy to release vetting documents on Corbett tax break

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz is calling on the Murphy administration to release NJ Transit President Kevin Corbett’s vetting documents. Corbett is under fire for receiving a sizeable tax break from Mendham Township because he raises sheep on 5.5 acres of his 6.24 acre home under New Jersey’s...

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NJ Transit pay hikes put the cart ahead of the horse, says Munoz

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz said more should have been done to change how NJ Transit operates before doling out big raises to officials appointed by Gov. Phil Murphy. News accounts last week reported that top executives were given large raises despite the agency’s continued performance problems. “It’s...

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Pay hikes for NJ Transit executives should raise alarm, says Munoz

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz fears that NJ Transit may be the new School Development Authority. A few days after two lengthy reviews of the hiring practices under former SDA Chief Executive Officer Lizette Delgado-Polanco, a New Jersey Globe story on Thursday evening detailed how politically connected hires...

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Rooney writes prescription for NJ commuters’ ‘congestion’ symptoms

TRENTON, N.J. – New York City will begin charging drivers for entering lower Manhattan next year. Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney has drafted legislation to mitigate the impact of so-called congestion pricing on New Jersey commuters who travel to the city every day. Rooney’s bill creates a commission to study...

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

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...

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Bucco seeks answers on NJ Transit amid further cancellations and delays

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco said it’s a new year for everyone except NJ Transit commuters who continue to be plagued by the same old cancellations and crowded trains that strain working families, slow our economy and hobble commuters. NJ.com reported today train cancellations, delays and standing...

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