Does NJ Transit trains run in snow?
In addition, all locomotives are equipped with snowplows to clear snow from the rails. NJ TRANSIT Rail Operations has 20,000 pounds of salt on hand with the ability to obtain an additional 100,000 pounds, if needed.
Is NJ Transit running right now?
NJ TRANSIT bus service is operating as scheduled. Please click here to view current alerts and advisories across all NJ Transit services.
Do you have to wear your mask on NJ Transit?
NYC’s subway mask mandate remains in effect despite last week’s federal judge ruling striking down the national order, while NJ Transit has made masks optional.
How do I get NJ Transit alerts?
NJ TRANSIT Mobile App – The best way to receive alerts is through the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App. You can customize alerts for your trips within the app by selecting your train times, bus route and/or light rail line and receive instant push notifications of My Transit alerts right on your mobile device.
How do I text NJ TRANSIT?
Visit njtransit.com/mybusnow or text the bus stop ID number to mybus (69287), or call 973-275-5555 and follow the automated prompts and you’ll get real time* information about the status of your bus.
Does NJ Transit have WiFi?
Optimum is proud to partner with NJ TRANSIT to provide travelers with high-speed WiFi hotspot access. To see if WiFi is available at your rail station, go to the Rider Tools menu and click on Station & Parking Info or click here.
Do NJ Transit trains have bathrooms?
NJT trains have restrooms. Amtrak does have restrooms but tickets would be more expensive and not all Amtrak NYC-bound trains stop at Newark Liberty. PATH trains (from Newark Penn) do not have restrooms.
Can you drink on NJ TRANSIT?
As per Executive order 165, eating and drinking are strictly prohibited aboard all NJ Transit vehicles, platforms, and stations.
Does NJ TRANSIT make money?
While the MTA, SEPTA and transit agencies around the country have state money dedicated to them by law, NJ Transit does not, instead relying on funds determined by the state Legislature and governor annually, namely from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Clean Energy Fund and state budget.